HTC Making WiMax Enabled Android Phone For Sprint


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    At least a portion of Sprint’s 2010 Roadmap has been uncovered by PhoneArena and in the list of new devices is none other than the HTC A9292. Doesn’t seem like anything too interesting on the surface but as Gizmodo points out, the “A-series” of HTC device models are reserved for Android Phones. If the leaked [...]

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    SICK!

    Something is telling me that this year is going to be a very sucessful bang up job for Sprint. Wi-Max, otherwise known as 4G is being rapidly deployed (Sprint already has it on the west coast over in Seattle.
     
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    Also did anyone catch a whiff of Sprint's newest mobile hotspot called the "Overdrive"? In addition to it being a 3G/4G device of which you'll be able to connect up to 5 people, the hotspot itself is going to have 16 GIGS OF ONBOARD STORAGE!! Since this deal is going to have micro usb with a built in rechargeable battery, it will really be a portable NAS device running on bandwith with up to 6 gigbits per second! If pricing for 4G access still remains under $60.00 by the time it hits the bay area, you can bet your gravy bits that I will drop comcast and jump on this deal.
     

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