Sprint will launch the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S4 Mini on November 8. HTC One Max coming soon
Sprint customers looking to buy a new Android smartphone will have three new choices come November 8. The third largest US mobile carrier has just announced that it’s going to release the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Mega, and Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini on that day.
All three new handsets will support Sprint Spark (enhanced LTE) thanks to a software update scheduled to arrive shortly after their launch. According to the carrier, Sprint Spark is “a technology designed to achieve unprecedented speeds by combining three bands of 4G LTE wireless spectrum.”
Available to pre-order since October 11, Sprint’s LG G2 costs $199.99 on contract.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega (the 6.3 inch version, pictured below) will also cost $199.99 on contract – that’s $50 higher than the price AT&T is asking for the device. As for the Galaxy S4 Mini, this will be offered for $99.99 on contract. Both Samsung handsets will be available at Sprint in two color versions: black and white.
Sprint also mentioned that its HTC One Max will be priced $249.99 on contract. It’s not clear exactly when it’s going to be released, but we know that it, too, will support enhanced LTE.
Another Android smartphone that should arrive at Sprint in the near future is the Google Nexus 5. Of course, this hasn’t been announced yet, but official details about it will be revealed in the next few days.
Via Press release