Sprint has announced two new mobile devices from HTC coming on June 24. The new devices are the HTC EVO 3D mobile phone and the HTC EVO View 4G tablet. Both devices are powered by Android version 2.3 aka Gingerbread. Both HTC EVO mobile devices are capable of 4G data transfer speeds. The HTC EVO View 4G has WiMAX connectivity.
Here’s some good news for HTC EVO™ 4G from Sprint customers. Sprint has announced that this coming Monday, June 6, they will receive the Android™ 2.3, Gingerbread, update through an over-the-air maintenance release. The update will be in batches so wait for your notification from Sprint. The notification will let users know the update is available and provide the simple two-step, over-the-air download instructions.
Can’t wait to get Android 2.3, there will be an easy user initiated option to download the upgrade starting on Friday, June 3. Just read this announcement.
Sprint now offers the Google Nexus S 4G to US mobile phone users who wants a Google backed Android mobile phone. The Google Nexus S 4G comes loaded with Android version 2.3 aka Gingerbread. It is equipped with a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor and a 4-inch 480×800 super Amoled display. The Google Nexus S 4G also comes with the standard array of Google mobile phone apps like Google Maps, Gmail, Gtalk, Google Earth, YouTube.
It also comes with Google Voice integrated with the Sprint network mobile number. This allows you to centrally manage your other phone numbers right from your Sprint connected phone.
Just got word that the new Palm® Pre™ phone will be available on June 6, starting at $199.99 on the Sprint network. The $199.99 price is after $100 mail in rebate and qualifying 2 year service activation. Use of this device requires providing a valid email address, mobile phone number, and related information for account set-up and activation. Use of select unlimited data bundle plans will be required.
The Palm Pre will provide access to all of the exclusive content on the Sprint Now Network, including Sprint Navigation, Sprint TV, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile Live. More details about Sprint’s service plans and retail channels can be found on the company’s website.