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Meet the Galaxy Note 4. Photo: Samsung

Meet the Galaxy Note 4. Photo: Samsung

Just a few hours after Samsung’s official Galaxy Note 4 UnPacked event in Berlin, all four major carriers in the United States have announced that they will be carrying the flagship phablet.

The HTC One E8 in white. Photo: HTC.

The HTC One E8 in white. Photo: HTC.

The HTC One E8 is now available in the U.S. on Sprint. This the slightly cheaper alternative to HTC’s flagship One M8, but it comes with a lot of the same specifications. The biggest difference between the two is that the One E8 has swapped aluminum for a more affordable plastic form factor.

 

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Fashionably late, as usual, Sprint has at last started rolling out the much-anticipated Android 4.4.4 update to all its carrier-branded Moto X handsets currently located in the United States. In addition to the latest build of the open-source operating system, this upgrade also brings an updated dialer application, the means to pause video recording within the camera app, and the habitual bug fixes and stability improvements.

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Sharp’s jaw-dropping Aquos Crystal, a 5-inch smartphone with almost no bezel around its display, is now officially coming to Sprint. The device will cost just $10 a month with nothing to pay upfront on a two-year contract, or you can buy it outright for $149.99 on Boost or Virgin Mobile.

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It’s now easier than ever to root your LG G3, thanks to a new one-click root solution called Stump Root. The hack supports all G3 handsets on U.S. carriers and some international ones as well — including the Sprint model, which, until now, had no root solution at all.

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