Sprint has announced that it will launch some of the latest Android smartphones on its network on the 8th of November, the list includes the HTC One Max, the LG G2, the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini.
This four new Android smartphones will use Sprint Spark, which is enhanced LTE, that uses three bands of 4G LTE wireless on Sprint’s network.
Just in time for the holidays, Sprint customers will be able to enjoy the debut of the first smartphones that will take advantage of Sprint SparkSM (enhanced LTE), a technology designed to achieve unprecedented speeds by combining three bands of 4G LTE wireless spectrum available to Sprint’s network – HTC One max, LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Mega™ and Samsung Galaxy S® 4 mini. The first smartphones to bring Sprint Spark to life, these devices are expected to give users the best experience by shifting from one band to another, depending on what speed is needed for the application in use at a given moment.
The HTC One Max will coast you $249.99 up front on a new two year contract with Sprint, the LG G2 will cost $199.99 up front on a new two year contract.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini will be available for $99.99 after a $50 mail in rebate on a new two year contract, and the Samsung Galaxy Mega will be $199.99 on a new contract, you can find out more details at the link below.
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