Sprint has a reasonable selection of 2,011 phones. Popular choices are the androids, and BlackBerry devices. Android is a good choice if you like using the phone as a multimedia device, in addition to regular phone use while BlackBerry phones are best suited for those who want a solid, rugged phone, safe and a full QWERTY keyboard, great shot of writing emails and messages quickly and easily.
If you go the route Android then take a look at 4G-enabled phones like the HTC EVO, Nexus S (the first “pure” Google Sprint device), and the saga of Samsung. My choice of Android phones is the recent launch of Nexus as it comes with the latest version of the Android OS (2. 3 Gingerbread commonly called), operates on Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network, has a 1 GHz processor, 16 GB of onboard memory, 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, camera 5 mega-pixel rear and a front of 1.3 mega front of the camera pixels. EVO features include the 8-megapixel camera, but runs on Android 2.2 (Froy), like the epic. The epic has a full QWERTY keyboard, if you are looking for an android with a physical keyboard. If you are serious about text messaging, email, security and want a rugged phone with a battery which takes around 13 days standby and 6 hours of talk time, take a look at the Bold 9650 Sprint. Indeed, this is the update on the Tour with the main differences being a touchpad to move the cursor, WiFi and memory twice. He has good international roaming capabilities that run on CDMA and GSM, 2.4 inch screen (360 x 480 pixels) camera of 3.2 mega pixels back, 528 MHz, runs on the latest operating system BlackBerry (version 6), among other standard features of BlackBerry.
Sprint has two BlackBerry phones available – the 9330 curve and style.
The curve is similar in many respects to the Bold, both physically and technically. The curve is slightly cheaper than the Bold, although it is more likely that the “accident” under pressure or “slow up” the Bold, due to the weaker processing power. That said there are many owners who love their curves and curves have no problem with the phone. The style is a unique choice of BlackBerry with the clamshell design phone full QWERTY keyboard. This is possibly the best smartphone available and folding fun compact phone. Style keys are a bit tight and not get up as much as the Bold and Curve, so writing is not so easy.
As mentioned above, the most popular types of phones from Sprint in 2011 are the Android and BlackBerry devices. Android phones are more impressive, with all the latest applications and multimedia functions, while the BlackBerry is focused on selling strong, secure telephones, full QWERTY keyboard with extended battery life duration. What you choose depends on the characteristics attract you. The BlackBerry Bold 9650 is the Premier Sprint, while the Nexus is probably the best phone Sprint Android, the epic and the EVO about competing for first place.