Earlier on August 13, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 5, and on the same stage the Galaxy S6 edge+. While the company was quick to note carrier launches in the U.S. would happen soon, pricing was missing initially.
HTC has just announced the One M9, and in due course the four biggest wireless carriers in the United States have confirmed they will be launching the device.
Following a week filled with Samsung leaks, a new promotional banner from Sprint gives us a slightly closer look at the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge ahead of their official debuts at Mobile World Congress next week.
On Thursday, February 26, Sprint confirmed that it will be launching its first Android-powered, LG-branded tablet on March 13.
Sprint today announced that it will start carrying LG’s latest handset — the G Flex 2 — on its network from March 13 with pre-orders beginning as soon as tomorrow (i.e. Feb 20).
On February 5, a leaked document claimed to showcase just when Sprint’s HTC One (M8) and LG’s G3 would begin receiving their Android 5.0 Lollipop updates. Those dates were subject to change, according to the document, and in at least one case it has.
Sprint has been pretty active when it comes to Android 5.0 Lollipop lately, with the Galaxy S5 receiving its own update to the newest version of Android just today.
Waiting for the newest version of Android can take some time, but when it eventually rolls out, the wait is certainly worth it.