Discontinued Sprint Tablets Following
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0Compare6 reviewThe Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 adopts the “Samsung look” - all plastic with a single physical home key encircled by a menu and back button (on-screen buttons are gone), and the rear camera is positioned centrally. But look at the spec sheet, and you won’t notice an inch of a difference. The Galaxy Tab 3 has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 pixel display, a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB or 16GB of internal storage. It’s also got a 3-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front cameras. Yes, that is exactly the same configuration last year’s Galaxy Tab 2 had. After carefully comparing the spec sheets, we did notice a single difference- the Galaxy Tab 3 is lighter with a weight of 0.66 pounds (302 g) compared to the 0.75lb (344 g) on the second-gen tablet. It’s also got narrower bezel, saving you a total of 0.44 inches (1.13cm) on the Y axis.+ View Specs
Sprint Optik 2CompareThe ZTE Optik 2 has 7-inch multi-touch capacitive screen, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and is 3G/Wi-Fi capable.+ View Specs
Apple iPad 4Compare9 reviewThe fourth-generation iPad keeps the amazing screen resolution and general look and feel of its predecessor, but bumps up the specs with double the processing power and double the graphics power. The camera is also improved. The new tablet adds a Lightning connector instead of the (not so) good old 30-pin connector. It also has faster Wi-Fi connectivity and expanded LTE.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1CompareThe Sprint flavor of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is the same Android tablet featuring a 10.1 inch screen with several Samsung apps pre-loaded such as Media Hub and Smart Remote. There is also a 7000mAh battery inside to power the tablet.+ View Specs
Motorola XOOM Wi-FiCompare8 reviewThis is the Wi-Fi only version of the Motorola XOOM, company's first ever tablet computer. It features a 10.1-inch capacitive screen with a resolution of 1280x800, a 5MP HD camcorder (front-facing cam included) and the mandatory dual-core ARM-based Tegra 2 chipset, which will allow for full 1080p HD video playback. The device runs Google's tablet-optimized Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. In addition, the tablet features all the known goodies that we love like an accelerometer, gyroscope and of course, Adobe Flash 10.1 Player support.+ View Specs
ZTE OptikCompare6.5 reviewThe ZTE Optik is a 7'' Android tablet coming with a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, as well as microSD slot for up to 32GB additional memory. It packs a 4000 mAh Li-ion battery and is equipped with 3G connectivity.+ View Specs
Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 Wi-FiCompare8 reviewSamsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi has 10.1" display, 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 3.0 and an 3MP camera that can record video in HD.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMACompare7 reviewThis is the CDMA version of Samsung Galaxy Tab, a tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo. It has a 7" capacitive LCD display with 1024x600 pixels resolution, 2GB built-in memory, microSDHC card slot and 3MP camera with LED flash. Its browser is both Adobe Flash and HTML5 capable.+ View Specs
BlackBerry PlayBookCompare7 reviewRIM BlackBerry PlayBook is introduced as the first "professional tablet" keeping with the BlackBerry's heavy usage in the business world. The specs are hot enough to interest both consumers and business users. The PlayBook features a 7 inch capacitive LCD display with resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. Instead of the new BlackBerry 6 OS, a new tablet version of the BlackBerry software devised by the recently acquired QNX is running the show. The tablet will have some power under the hood with a 1GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM on board. There are two cameras. The front facing shooter is 3MP with a 5MP on back. The WebKit browser will allow for HTML-5 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1.+ View Specs
Discontinued Sprint tablets
This is a list of discontinued Sprint tablets that are no longer available for purchase from the carrier.
Sprint is the third largest cell phone carrier in the United States, with over 53 million subscribers nationwide. It operates a 3G CDMA network, as well as 4G WiMAX and LTE networks. As of 2013, 78% of Sprint is owned by the Japanese telecommunications corporation SoftBank.
Discontinued Sprint tablets