With the impending release date of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, you are no doubt on the lookout for the cheapest way to acquire them. The most affordable way might be through Sprint. Sprint is offering an effectively free Galaxy S6 to their Unlimited Plus Plan subscribers.
The Galaxy Note was announced at last years IFA and was released shortly after. Now it looks like the United States might be getting one in a WiMax flavor. The rumor indicates that Sprint will be getting it soon. Look out for this awesome 5.3 inch phone at CES, January 10 through 13th. Source: Sprint…
Sprint is going to start selling the 16 GB Wi-Fi only version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. This is a strange, but not unprecedented thing for a carrier to do. Verizon did the same with the original iPad, but they bundled a hotspot with it. Sprint is evidently not going to be bundling a hotspot with it, but instead pushing it when they sell you the Tab outright for $499.
Was the 1.2 GHz overclock not extreme enough for you? Hopefully this will get your adrenaline pumping. Bauxite over at XDA recently released version 2.0 of his overclock kernel. Even though the kernel is on version 2.0, the developer still considers it extremely alpha code.
Find out how to install after the break.