Excerpt: The concept of the contract free, pay-as-you go phone is not an entirely new concept -- but newcomer Zact is taking it to an entirely new level. For starters, they are offering modern phones, like the Galaxy S III, Samsung Victory and LG Viper.
Excerpt: Sprint's 4G LTE isn't available anywhere yet, but that's not stopping the carrier from releasing new LTE-capable handsets. Aaron takes a look at the LG Viper 4G LTE , Sprint's mid-range handset.
Excerpt: The LG Viper 4G LTE is Sprint's first LTE smartphone, and the Galaxy Nexus and HTC EVO 4G LTE soon followed to round up the high end. The one thing missing for now is a Sprint LTE network, but Sprint says they'll light up their first 6 cities in mid-2012 and cover over 100 million folks by year's...
Pros: Affordable, bright IPS display and NFC.
Cons: Low resolution display, middle performance matches the midrange price tag. Runs Android 2.3 rather than 4.0.
Excerpt: Sprint has a chicken-and-egg quandary on its hands: Does it roll out its LTE network or does it seed the market with LTE-capable smartphones first? The wireless carrier has gone the latter route, releasing the LG Viper 4G LTE.