Sprint currently sells five Android smartphones – including the HTC Evo 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G – but it’s never enough when you’ve got about 48 million customers to keep happy, is it?
That’s why two new Android handsets seem to be on their way to Sprint.
The first one is the Samsung Transform – which looks a lot like Verizon’s Fascinate, so it’s probably a Samsung Galaxy S without QWERTY keyboard. Just perfect for those who may find the Epic 4G too bulky.
Sprint’s other upcoming Android phone is the Kyocera Sanyo Zio, which is already available at Cricket (since August).
No word yet on when these two handsets will be available at Sprint, but it shouldn’t be long until it happens. We’ll let you know.
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