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October 31, 2013

Tri-band smartphones arrive Nov. 8

Sprint’s first tri-band smartphones arrive Nov. 8, bringing to life the promise of Sprint Spark.

Sprint Spark leverages one of the most advanced networks on the market, but it’s the tri-band devices that truly bring it to life.

In addition to the two smartphones coming Nov. 8, select smartphones also will be upgraded to Sprint Spark via an over-the-air update in the coming months. Select hotspots are Sprint Spark-capable today.

Tri-band devices are engineered from the inside out to deliver a flawless data experience. A Sprint Spark-capable device intelligently determines which available band of LTE is needed for a given activity, and joins that band. This all happens in an instant, but the result is a faster, more reliable network while in Sprint Spark coverage.

Tri-band smartphones set to launch this year include:

The Samsung Galaxy S® 4 Mini (Available Nov. 8, Sprint Spark support expected via update): The Next Big Thing is small? The Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini packs a ton of features into a compact, ultra-portable package. Take stunning photos with the 8 megapixel camera, and share them instantly with Sprint Spark.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega™ (Available Nov. 8, Sprint Spark support expected via update): The Samsung Galaxy Mega is a powerhouse device meant for super users and casual smartphone lovers, alike. Its beautiful 6.3-inch HD screen makes sure your content is always the star of the show. Sharing, downloading and more is a breeze thanks to Sprint Spark.

The LG G2 (Available Nov. 8, Sprint Spark support expected via update): The latest from LG offers an experience unlike any other thanks to its intuitive design and powerful internals. Sprint Spark promises to make watching HD video immediate and app content appear in an instant.

The HTC One max (Available later this year, Sprint Spark support expected via update): Fans of the HTC One’s gorgeous unibody design rejoice! The HTC One max brings that same level of refinement to a powerhouse smartphone built not just for today, but for tomorrow. The One max leverages HTC’s revolutionary Ultra Pixel technology to deliver stunning, high-dynamic photos on its gorgeous, 5.9-inch display. With Sprint Spark, you can expect a network that is as responsive and nimble as the device that takes advantage of it.

As of now, only five cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tampa and Miami) pack support for Spark, but Sprint promises that it will add a 100 more to that list within the next 3 years.