Sprint's Employee ID pack spills the LG Q, Motorola Sunfire, Samsung Chief and LG Optimus B
It also lists the Epic 2.3, which is most likely the long-awaited update of the Samsung Epic 4G to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The Motorola Sunfire is probably just the internal codename for the recently announced Motorola PHOTON 4G, while the Samsung Chief could be the mid-range SPH-D600, also leaked as the Samsung Conquer, with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. We doubt it is a WiMAX version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, but hope dies last.
The two LG handsets are trickier. The LG B was the codename of the LG Optimus Black when we first heard about it, so this might as well be the Sprint version of the handset with the brightest display out there. The LG Q, on the other hand, might turn out to be the LG Slider/Gelato, which is rumored to appear in Sprint's portfolio come September. Obviously the carrier has a lot planned for its roadmap, and we'll be hearing about these pretty often.
1. sniperace (Posts: 95; Member since: 20 Aug 2009)
It looks like the lg optimus black will be coming to sprint after all. And a samsung galaxy S2 I can't wait for those phones they gonna kick some major butt. Along with the Motorola Photon the EVO 3D and the Nexus 3 make sprint unstoppable!
2. SuperAndroidEvo (Posts: 4400; Member since: 15 Apr 2011)
Yes it's like I always said. Sprint has the America's Most Wanted of phones. All those phones you mentioned are making Sprint a very REAL compelling carrier. So many hot new phones, their 4G, their great prices, & GREAT customer service is making Sprint a very easy choice for consumers! Keep up the great job Sprint, keep those guns blazing!
4. WilliamC (unregistered)
I know what you mean. Sprint is not playing!!! I can't wait to get my hands on that HTC EVO View tablet in about a week. Plunking that $50 dollars down on that Sprint gift card at the Sprint store this weekend.
3. ezc (unregistered)
the chief is the code name for the conquer, and the q is the optimus slider
5. SprinT4You (Posts: 6; Member since: 11 May 2010)
All Sprint had to do is release a blitzkrieg of phones like AT&T and Verizon do. If it works for them it will work for Sprint!!! Also - alot of Sprints phones are customizable, productivity powerhouses and easy to use. Ease of use is what I like the most. I do not have to figure out all the functions before I can use the phone.