Although their presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sprint recently showed the interest in booking a hefty two and a half hours at the upcoming CTIA later this month. With such a large amount of time being booked already we might be in for a treat yet despite that the operator did not give out any press release as to what we are to expect from them this time around. Despite that, the fine folks over at Engadget did manage to squeeze out bits of information regarding this upcoming announcement of the operator and here’s a quick rundown of what we could expect from them.
The first thing to come to my attention was the fact that Sprint might be bringing the Samsung Nexus S over to their camp as well, with most tips and hints pointing towards the SPH-D720 model, which recently received its certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance. This would mean that Sprint is trying to get aboard the Nexus train this time as well as they did plan to bring the Nexus One over to their network as well last year but that didn’t work out and I do really hope that they will be more successful this time around.
On a close second is a device named the EVO 3D, something which might be a hint towards an upcoming HTC EVO 3D phone. This is becoming a trend lately with LG leading the way with its LG Optimus 3D and LG Optimus Pad both of which come with 3D recording and 3D playback. Considering that HTC didn’t make any announcement in this direction, I think it’s safe to say that all of those above lines are pure speculation on my part.
The third device is name EVO View. Considering the name and the fact that Sprint is one of those carriers which tries to send over a meaning with their titles ( just look at the Shift 4G ) I might hazard on pointing towards the mighty HTC Flyer Android tablet which was recently presented by HTC at Mobile World Congress. If that’s the case, then these new additions to the Sprint lineup might get some more attention to the carrier considering that their last announcement was with the previously mentioned EVO Shift 4G.
Note that all of these are pure speculation on my part, and the sources… well, someone said these names so we all went around and started guess ( that’s news writing there folks, at its finest I might add ). So in any case, keep your eyes out for more news in this direction.1