Sprint is the only carrier that sells the least up to date smart phones. All other carriers sells most of the smart phone and it has Andriod version. I had sprint over 8 years. I never seen any good phone except the old school Palm. Other then that; Sprint sells straight up only business phone. Its definitely Not meant for the younger generation to use it. Sprint sells the worst smart phones ever. Its not fun, expensive, and nothing too crazy or special about the phones. A lot peoples are merging to T-Mobile or Verizon because they got good deals on phones. In my opinion Sprint has average service and decent plans. The only two powerful smart phone is Samsung Epic and HTC Evo. I don't understand why most of the smart phones are sliding keyboard. It just make the phone more bulky!! Typing in the virtual keyboard is not too hard, it just take some time to get use to it. I'm pretty sure if Sprint going to come out the Iphone, A lot people are going to stick with sprint and more people going to join. I'm just waiting for my contract to be over and then switch to different carrier.
Stan - coming up real soon are the HTC Evo 3D with Android 2.3, the first 3D smartphone; the HTC View Tablet with Android 2.3 (or 3.0 if it's ready in time!):
Also, we're offering the first 4G enabled Nexus S with pure Google Android 2.3:
And if you're not a fan of Android, you've got the newest Windows 7 phone out for preorder, the HTC Arrive - great for the younger set with XBOX-360, Zune and more Cloud integration from Microsoft!
Does "real soon" mean sometime in the next 30 days or does it mean this July??
Also will Sprint's current 4g phones be compatible with any changes in Sprint's 4g network technology in the future? So if I buy a 4g phone today (no local wimax service) and Sprint decides to finish building out their network with LTE 3 months from now, am I going to be stuck without 4G? Will Sprint provide a way for users to upgrade their phones to multi modal phones or will they have to buy new phones mid contract?