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  1. "Chief executive Richard Yu stood on stage to announce the Huawei Ascend P6 – the world’s thinnest smartphone – and to issue a clear statement of intent. The company has the ambition, simply put, to make the best smartphone in the world and to sell it for less than Apple or Samsung." http://www.businessinsider.com/huawei-boss-trashes-smartphone-rivals-2013-6#ixzz2X8OL2oNK
  2. Yep, so I am a newbie, and have a question. My life and business depends on the Airave in many ways. I live within an 8 block radius of the NOCC for Sprint (National Operations Control Center) and have had horrible prob's in the past. With the Airave and my Blackberry Tour 3G, all has gone well over the last 3 years. Been with Sprint since '98, and have heard the downfalls of buying out contract as well as other carriers and their nightmares. So I would like to stay put. My question: If you have experienced or know someone who has recent experience like mine above, what would be the best phone and phone setup to use without staying with BlackBerry? Thanks, but after a lot of research, I am pretty much done with BB, I don't think there is a way in the world they are going to be able to rebound but that's just my opinion. I have been considering the HTC EVO 4G LTE.
  3. "The Kansas-based carrier has announced that it would be allowing MVNOs to custom-brand select devices from Sprint’s line of Android phones. The first three phones in the program are the LG Optimus G, the LG Mach, and the Sprint Flash." http://phandroid.com/2013/03/20/sprint-mvno-phones/
  4. According to an article on bgr.com the evo lte is not one of the top smartphones that Sprint sales in 2012. 1. S3 2. Iphone5 3. LG Optumus G 4. Note II 5. Nexus http://bgr.com/2012/12/06/best-smartphones-of-2012-sprint/
  5. FierceWireless reports that T-Mobile will formally kill off its smartphone subsidies in 2013 and will replace them with a new system where customers “pay an upfront fee for their devices and then pay the balance of the device in affordable monthly installments.” http://bgr.com/2012/12/06/t-mobile-smartphone-subsidies-end/
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