@SprintNews tweets a Kyocera Echo price drop, $99.99

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The Kyocera Echo, with its one-of-a-kind hinge design and dual-screen form factor that was launched April 17th, is now available to Sprint customers for $99.99. That’s a far cry from its original listed price of $500. Today, Twitter verified account @sprintnews sent out a tweet to their followers with the promotion, and also including a link to the Kyocera Facebook page.

The specifications of this device include: 1GHz Qualcomm QSD 8650 Snapdragon, 1GB ROM and 512MB of RAM, Android 2.2, dual-screens, both at 3.5-inches, 800 x 480 pixel resolution, and a 5 mega-pixel camera. So if your curious, head on over to Sprint, log-in to you acct, and take a peep at the price and specs of this unique device and see if it’s worth the upgrade.

[via twitter]

Sprint: Release of the Evo 3D and Evo View official for June 24th

Last week we published articles on the release of the Evo 3D and the Evo View 4G, Both of which stated that the release of the two devices in Sprint’s Evo line would be available June 24th. Now we have additional, and dare I say official proof that this date is imminent.

The Evo 3D can be yours for $199.99, by way of eligible upgrade, or adding a new line.  The same applies to the Evo View 4G, although it’ll be $399.99, and right now for a limited time you can get a free HTC Scribe for use with your tablet. Hit the break for the press release and more.
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HTC EVO 3D getting FCC approval for Sprint WiMAX

Looks like the HTC EVO 3D has passed its necessary FCC approval to bring sweet WiMAX connectivity to that radio assault packing device on Sprint. The date of shipping that we discussed here, should still be June 24th, so you’ll be able to stream some awesome video action and watch it on that wicked Glassless 3D screen on the EVO 3D! Nice!

Refresher on specs;

  • Android 2.3
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU
  • 4.3-inch 3D capacitive touchscreen with 960×540 pixels res.
  • Dual 5-megapixel rear cameras for recording 3D video at 720p
  • 2D video at 1080p.
  • 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls
  • 4GB of internal memory, microSD expansion slot.
  • DNLA support and HDMI port

[via engadget]

Leaked Radio Shack Ad suggests Sprint HTC EVO 3D will begin shipping June 24th

According to the above Radio Shack advertisement, it will begin shipping the Sprint HTC EVO 3D on June 24th. The Shack as been taking pre-orders since May 17th, so a June 24th release seems likely.

The EVO 3D will be the first 3D smartphone to launch in the United States. Full specs include:

  • Android 2.3
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU
  • 4.3-inch 3D capacitive touchscreen with 960×540 pixels res.
  • Dual 5-megapixel rear cameras for recording 3D video at 720p
  • 2D video at 1080p.
  • 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls
  • 4GB of internal memory, microSD expansion slot.
  • DNLA support and HDMI port

[via bgr]

Sprint To Receive The HTC Evo View 4G Tablet on June 24th

Looks like Sprint is gearing up to release the HTC Evo View 4G, a Flyer variant that will work with Sprint’s WiMax service.  The ad above reveals a June 24th release date as projected by Sprint themselves.  The device is a 7-inch 1.5 GHz device touting HTC’s new scribe pen feature.  It will also sport HTC’s Sense UI and be heavily integrated with Evernote.  Hit our post here to check out some of the Flyer’s features and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.

[via engadget]

Gingerbread for the EVO available June 3rd

You read that title correctly. No ROM. No leaked OTA. No crazy voodoo magic. The folks over at androidcentral have caught wind that you will be able to manually update your EVO to  Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) in two days. For those of you too lazy to manually update, they will be pushing over-the-air updates (OTA) starting on Friday. It seems like us EVO users have been waiting for an eternity for this one, but it appears Sprint and HTC have not forgotten about us. Some of the updates shown are
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Evo 3D Next Month? Sprint Wants Us to Think So, but Unlikely Before the 23rd

Sprint’s been teasing us, and teasing us, and teasing us with hints about the Evo 3D. They like to tote it around in emails and at sprint.com/evo3d with phrases like “Coming soon” and “This summer,” and the most reliable rumors we’ve been able to find point to a release at the end of June. We know how excited you are to get your hands on this — and you’re not alone! Rocking a dual-core 1.2GHz CPU, this is one of the most solid phones on the market whether or not you’re into the 3D. However, I’d temper your desires just a tad, as the current rebate schedule as captured by our friends at Android Central goes as far as the 23rd, and the Evo 3D is sadly absent. Sure, this could change, but I wouldn’t be holding my breath…I suspect “the end of June” really means the END of June. So hang in there, and we’ll bring you more as soon as we have something concrete.

[via ac]

Sprint and Motorola to Present Something New on June 9

Sprint and Motorola are having a special invite-only luncheon where there going to have hands-on demos of their “latest collaborations.” No solid word on what these are, but that never stops speculation. It’s likely that they’ll be launching Sprint versions of some of their other devices — the invite does specify more than one — and some early speculation is a rebranding of the Droid X2 or the Atrix. Only time will tell, and we’ll be sure and let you know on the 9th.

[via slashgear]

$199 Sprint HTC Evo 3D at The Shack with incentives?

Sure, we may not have a confirmed date for the Evo 3D to be released, but what’s to stop Radio Shack from giving us the 411 on the deals it has lined up. The image above explains it all, which originated in an emailing that was sent from Radio Shack, and passed along to the rest of us.

The price of this new device isn’t bad at all at $199 with contract. Now take a look at The Shacks incentive via its ‘Trade & Save Program’. Take your Evo 4G or Evo Shift in to trade and get $100 cash toward the purchase of the Evo 3D. Now this does sound like a pretty enticing deal. They’ve even thrown in a URL – www.radioshack.com/EVO3D – It isn’t live yet, but we’ll just bookmark it and keep checking back.

Either way this could be a good deal for someone. If you received this same email we’d love to hear from you and get your thoughts in the comments below.

[via goodandevo]

Sprint Nexus S 4G video shows cats – weird cat ladies flock to buy one

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This one ought to have you ‘wtfing’ all the way into the weekend as Sprint puts out a promo video to show off the Sprint Nexus S 4G features and how it can help you, and a bunch of cats, rule the internet on a mobile device.

The Nexus S 4G doesn’t need a lot of help when it comes to making a selling point, as its got some of the best technology you can pack into a smartphone, and then some more afterwards. Sprint on the other hand may feel differently, and has decided to use cats to help boost the image a bit. The Nexus S 4G with Sprint has Android 2.3.4 as well, to help rock some good ‘ol ‘cat video chat’ too among these other features;

  • 4-inch (480 x 800) Super AMOLED display
  • Hummingbird ARM Cortex A8 1 GHz processor
  • 512MB Ram
  • 5-megapixel rear facing camera, VGA front facing
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • 16GB internal memory
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[via intomobile, sprintnow]