Sprint used to be known for its solid, if less-than-flashy, lineup of phones. But the carriers has shed that staid image in recent years, as it was the first carrier in the U.S. to launch a super-speedy 4G network. And Sprint continues to add cutting-edge smartphones to its lineup, making it an excellent option for gadget junkies and businessmen alike.
If you love smartphones with big, bright touchscreens, but can't do without the convenience of a hardware keyboard, you'll love what the Samsung Epic 4G has to offer. It features a slide-out keyboard for easy typing, as well as the Android OS and support for Sprint's 4G network.
HTC's EVO 4G was the first 4G phone to run on Sprint's 4G network, which was the first of these super-speedy networks to be available in the U.S. With its big, bold touchscreen and high-speed performance, the HTC EVO 4G remains an excellent option if you're in the market for an Android-based smartphone.