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The 5 Best Sprint Smartphones [October, 2013]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 recently replaced the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Sprint's network, something that is fortunate for those that are in the market for a new device.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is a much better device than the Galaxy Note 2, thanks to the fact that the company packed in even more horsepower inside of a slimmer and more lightweight design. The Galaxy Note 3's software is equally as powerful with enhancements to multitasking and the devices bundled S Pen stylus.

While the price may be steep right now, we expect pricing to drop over the next few weeks in the build up to November's Black Friday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Jeff

    10/14/2013 at 8:18 pm

    “AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon have shifted away from pure unlimited data with throttled and shared data plans”. Sorry Adam, however you are incorrect. Tmobile did away with throttling and now offer truly unlimited as well. If that is not the case and I am incorrect, would appreciate clarification from you.

  2. Terrell Washington

    10/28/2013 at 10:03 pm

    Who ever made this list needs to re evaluate. One the LG G2 is not even out yet on Sprint so the moto x can’t win and 2 the LG G2 at least on Sprint wins against all of these phones by default because its the first triband LTE phone on Sprint while none of these devices you just mentioned will have triband LTE only 1900 LTE. So in data speed, coverage and reliability no phone on sprint will touch the G2. It doesn’t matter how much you don’t like the phone if it can’t take full advantage of network vision when its complete. Maybe I should be writing instead of you.

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