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Looks like Sprint is getting some WP8 devices in 2013


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I'm interested in picking up a flagship WP8 device when they come out on Sprint.

 

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Other than the iPhone or iPad, is there an LTE device you won't buy on Sprint?

 

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I am looking forward to checking them out. I have not overly impressed with Windows 8 on my laptop, but on a tablet or smartphone I think it could be a really good OS. I am just not sure if I have the guts to use an upgrade on one.

 

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Other than the iPhone or iPad, is there an LTE device you won't buy on Sprint?

 

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I will probably pick an iPhone 5 should the pricing get into the $400 range. You iPhoniacs will overpay for your used devices. But I sir, will not. :P

 

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