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5 responses to “Boost Mobile to Offer EVO Design 4G Variant By Current Quarter’s End”

  1. Matt

    Some might say the news on the virgin device in the last paragraph deserved to headline this article with the boost news as the footnote. We are talking about MNVOs that have little differentiation except that with these two devices one has two cores and the other has one. Apologies for splitting hairs. Keep up the good work.

  2. Matt

    I didn’t realize the One V might be going to Virgin. I agree the newness of the One V might overshadow the other devices of older vintage like the 3D but the only new/better feature is Ice Cream Sandwich otherwise its smaller screen, less ram and one core. I think there is little chance both devices will end up in the lineup at the same time. If I was a betting man I’d put my money on the One V. It’s a lot easier/cheaper to roll out a device that already has ICB then trying to roll it out as an afterthought.

    I’m not sure I follow your comment on Boost going to 4G. By “gaming” are you implying people are already using Sprint WiMaxx products on Boost?

    Thanks again!

  3. EP

    If the Boost Mobile variant of the Evo Design 4G retains it’s world phone capabilities, I could potentially see it having some appeal to a subset of business users as well. That would certainly be a feather in Boost’s cap.