Sprint Stories October 25

Here’s a shocker. All four major US carriers — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile — have just announced that they’re joining forces to deliver RCS messaging in the US for Android smartphones in 2020.

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Sprint Stories August 27

The only carrier OnePlus has managed to partner with in the US has been T-Mobile, but that’s soon going to change. For its 5G network, Sprint is going to carry a device from OnePlus in the near future, although details are scarce.

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Sprint Stories July 30

Night mode, QR Code reader, June patch rolling out to Sprint Galaxy S10, S10+

In the world of night photography, Samsung has allowed quite a few brands to get the jump on them. The wealth of devices with Night modes now dwarfs the Galaxy S10 and S10+, but a recent update is adding in the feature slowly to certain handsets.

Sprint Stories May 7

Since its debut, the only carrier that’s had the privilege of selling the Google Pixel line has been Verizon Wireless. That officially ends today, though, as Google has partnered up with T-Mobile and Sprint to bring the Pixel 3 and the new Pixel 3a to more customers on more networks.

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Sprint Stories April 19

The OnePlus 6T was the first device from the company to launch on a major US carrier with T-Mobile. OnePlus saw huge success from that, and it appears the company is gearing up to extend carrier support in the future. Some recent job listings at OnePlus hint at a launch on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint.

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Sprint Stories February 25

As an MVNO, improvements to Google Fi’s network are primarily dependent on partners upgrading their networks. In the case of 5G, Sprint detailed today how it will be making that faster service available through the Google cellular offering.

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