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10 additional Sprint devices to receive Google Wallet

0. phoneArena posted on 01 Mar 2012, 17:37

Currently the tap-and-pay service, Google Wallet, is available on the Nexus S 4G on Sprint and the Galaxy Nexus. At Mobile World Congress this week, it was revealed that Sprint would offer NFC mobile payment support on at least 10 additional devices...

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posted on 01 Mar 2012, 19:05 2

1. N.Reynolds (Posts: 257; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)

The Galaxy Nexus isn't currently available on Sprint... Smh to these people that write these articles sometimes.

posted on 01 Mar 2012, 20:49 1

3. QWIKSTRIKE (Posts: 1288; Member since: 09 Mar 2010)

The title says ten additional Sprint devices, and the GN is up and coming like the LG device

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 10:18

8. N.Reynolds (Posts: 257; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)

You were behind the game. They had already changed the first sentence of the article to be correct by time you read it.

posted on 01 Mar 2012, 19:33 3

2. GeekMovement (unregistered)

They mean to say that it will be on the galaxy nexus for sure when it is released on sprint.

posted on 01 Mar 2012, 23:34 2

4. threeline (Posts: 267; Member since: 11 Sep 2011)

If sprint wanted the Galaxy Nexus to be their first LTE device as they said, then why would they release the Viper, which is a LTE device, in the spring when the GN isn't due until summer? Sprint is really testing my patience these days, I've been due for an upgrade since last Nov. and they haven't released one single phone worth a sh*t while everyone else is releasing something every other week. I like the GSII alot but I want and HD screen like all the other high end devices. Where are the 20 devices they were suppose to release this year? First quarter is almost up already. Maybe this SPH-L710 will pan out to something soon.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 00:52 1

5. pbui.818 (Posts: 78; Member since: 06 Feb 2012)

Why couldn't they have released the Epic Touch with WXGA 1280x800?!!!
Why couldn't they also have released the Epic II with QWERTY keyboard and SuperAMOLED HD Plus WXGA?!!!

everything dream phone
1) Dual 5 inch SuperAMOLED WHUXGA Plus screens
2) 10-point multitouch
3) backlit 5 row hardware QWERTY keyboard
5) 64GB onboard solid state memory
6) 2GHz Quad Core ARM CortexA15
7) PowerVR G7400MP4
8) CDMA/GSM/LTE/WiMax World Phone
9) WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n Dual Band
802.16e (i know^^)
10) Bluetooth
11) ATSC broadcast receiver
12) FM radio receiver
13) HD-Radio receiver
14) 8Mp rear camera
15) ISO12800 f/2.0
16) 0.1 lumen low-light 12fps
17) 10x optical zoom
18) image stabilization
19) sub-second start-up time via dedicated hardware shutter/start button
20) 1440p60 H.264 video
21) Xenon&LED flashes
22) 2Mp front camera
23) 3500mAh battery or 7 hours talk time
24) inductive charger & kinetic charger
25) microSDXC slot and 64GB card
26) S-Pen
27) 1280x800 Beam pico projector
28) programmable infrared transceiver
29) MLH port
30) microUSB
31) 3.5mm stereo headphone jack
32) Gorilla Glass2
33) 9mm thickness
34) aGPS/GLONASS/Galileo
35) fingerprint biometric scanner
36) iris/retina identification&motion-tracking sensor
37) accelerometer
38) proximity sensor
39) gyroscope
40) compass/magnetometer
41) barometer
42) altimeter
43) ambient light sensor
44) water proofing to 3m deep and 90mins
45) dust proofing
46) military grade IP57 durability
47) premium matte finish Kevlar/carbonfiber/ceramic/magnesium
48) Swype
49) Telenav

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 03:50 1

6. Murfpass (Posts: 23; Member since: 23 Aug 2011)

That thing would be as big a my computer. Ha. And about the specs of my computer too. But it would be a hell of a phone.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 13:06

9. pbui.818 (Posts: 78; Member since: 06 Feb 2012)

They should be able to keep it under the size of a notebook computer but that's only because when you unfold it, the two WHUXGA screens would be about 15inches each at 600ppi.

They'd have to come up with 1800ppi displays in order to keep those screens around 5 inches. They'd have to put in something on the order of a 15000mAh (15Ah) battery set for it then.

If they kept it really thin, it'd actually make for a truly beautiful device. Like I said, it's a dream device.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:34

7. jamrockjones (Posts: 345; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)

Wow, Sprint and Google are getting close!!! That's some competition, every other large manufacturer.

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