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This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming smartphones of interest to S4GRU members. They do not necessarily need to be offered by Sprint.

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  1. Apple/iPhone/iOS

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Apple smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  2. Samsung

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Samsung smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  3. HTC

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming HTC smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  4. LG

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming LG smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  5. Motorola

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Motorola smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  6. Huawei

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Huawei smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  7. Sharp

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Sharp smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  8. Nokia

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming Nokia smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  9. BlackBerry/RIM

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming BlackBerry smartphones of interest to S4GRU members.

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  10. Misc.

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming smartphones and other related items of interest to S4GRU members, beyond the categories listed above.

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