Monday, October 3, 2011

Sprint to Launch iPhone 5 Exclusively & Make $20 Billion Deal with Apple


According to Wall Street Journal that Sprint has entered into an agreement with Apple to purchase $20 billion iPhones over the next four years, that's about 30 million iPhones.

According to BGR sources that Sprint will get iPhone 5 exclusively which will be a 4G WiMAX device. What about AT&T and Verizon ? the two carriers would launch iPhone 4S and they will get the iPhone 5 some time in the first quarter 2012 as an LTE device. What about the carriers wolrdwide ? According to the sources iPhone 5 will be available as 4G HSPA+ device as noted in some recent rumors.

Here's the features of the iPhone 4S which will be announced tomorrow :
  • A low voltage Apple A5 CPU (it won’t be the same as the iPad 2 chip, clock for clock).
  • Updated front and back camera sensors. FaceTime HD in the front, 8 megapixel 1080p HD video recording in the back.
  • Multiband 3G Qualcomm chipset — North American & International GSM/UMTS/HSPA bands for AT&T and Global carriers, North American CDMA & International GSM/UMTS/HSPA bands for Verizon and Sprint.
  • NFC support
  • Metal or “premium” plastic on the back case.
  • Here is what my source said about the iPhone 5 that will launch as a Sprint exclusive:

  • Faster CPU.
  • Larger 4-inch screen, similar to LG’s NOVA display but higher resolution.
  • 1GB of RAM.
  • Slightly larger design overall but thinner, and a larger battery.
  • 32GB
  • iPhone 5 exclusive software and APIs (Assistant).
  • Dedicated Assistant button, possibly integrated with the new home button, “think gestures or a two-stage button like a camera shutter key)
The interesting in this report that we still have evidences about something called iPhone 5 ;)
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20 comments:

  1. Holy crap, that's a big deal. Im kinda excited about tomorrow's announcement actually :)

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  2. yea its got me on my toes myself, should be great

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  3. i would be so mad if i had to switch to sprint

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  4. I bet sprint is licking their chops

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  5. i am so getting the sprint phone.

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  6. So pumped for tomorrow right now. That's a great deal for Sprint to have secured, well played on their part.

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  7. We will see, we will see, good job on Sprints part.

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  8. apple annually reminds me that i'm broke... thanks ~_~

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  9. ooooooo
    I creap post about iphone too

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  10. Doesn't affect me, I have no intention on buying an iPhone in the future.

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  11. oh Apple, why do people buy your overpriced electronics like hotcakes?

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  12. Wow, Sprint's really betting big. I don't like Apple, but I want sprint to do well, they're a local company where I live.

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