Sprint’s LG G Stylo is getting an update to android Marshmallow. The device got to Sprint in June and it didn’t make that much of a fuss then because it is basically a generic big-screen low-price device with a built-in stylus. The device may not be on your most important devices to update by the end of the year, but here we are.
Sprint officially announced Android 6.0 for LG G Stylo, and it should be rolling out to all devices starting today. It may take a week to get to ALL devices in the US, but it is happening. This is the third official update for the device, which seems to be easy to update or popular among Android devs!
The T Mobile G Stylo version did not receive its Marshmallow flavor yet, but we hope it will happen soon.
Sprint is on a deal spree! Black Friday is almost upon us and the big US carriers are fighting to get their deals across to people in the hope of reigning in more customers. Sprint will give you one year worth of Amazon Prime if you activate some particular phones this Friday.
If you buy a Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, a Note 5 or a S6 Edge+, you get a years’ worth of Amazon Prime. You can also sign a lease for %50 off when you buy a Galaxy S6. The new 32GB model will go down from $18 to $9 a month during Black Friday.
If you want to buy an LG G4, you will be happy to see that Sprint is giving you a 24-inch TV worth $180 for free! Not the biggest screen you can get but it is free stuff for your kitchen maybe?
Sprint is also offering deals and discounts for wearables such as Fitbit, Withings and Garmin. Discounts range from $20 to $80.
Sprint’s deals will start on Thanksgiving Day and you can try your luck online. If their deals are not welcoming enough for you, try out Verizon or T Mobile!
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:
Sprint Delivers Black Friday Savings, One-of-a-Kind, Exclusive Offers and Extra Value Together With LG, Samsung and Amazon Prime
Combine with the biggest wireless offer in U.S. history when you switch to Sprint – 50 percent off the price of almost all Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile rate plans – for even greater savings
Half off Samsung Galaxy S6 lease
A year of Amazon Prime, a $99 value, included with Sprint activation of select Samsung Galaxy smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S6
FREE 24-inch LG TV with an LG G4
Best iPhone 6s offer in the world with trade-in of an iPhone 6
Great Deals on Fitbit, Garmin and Withings fitness accessories plus the LG Tone Pro 750 headset
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge from Sprint is getting an OTA to Lollipop today. The device has not been forgotten (yet) and it is joining many others in the Android 5.1 club. The device was already running on 5.0, so this will not be a monumental change, but a good one nonetheless.
Sprint does not provide a very helpful changelog, but it does mention the Android 5.1 update and some bug fixes. This is supposed to include the known fixes other devices have already received. The OTA brings Galaxy Note Edge to version N915PVPU4COFE, and it may take a few days for it to reach all devices.
Keep in mind that, if you made any software changes to your curved edge Samsung device, the update will fail and you will need to bring your device to a stock Android version to be able to properly update.
Sprint’s LG G Flex 2 is getting an OTA to Android 5.1.1 and you may have already gotten it … or not. It all depends on the wave your device is syncing with. The OTA itself began a week ago, but in the meantime the limitedness of it wore off and it became a wide-spread phenomenon.
This update brings the device to build number LS996ZV6; you should find it in your update menu as we speak. 5.1.1 for G Flex 2 presents factory reset protection and the usual Lollipop features (improved notifications and interruption settings).
LG G4 is on its way to Sprint. You will get it at this US carrier starting June 5th and you will (only) pay $600 for it. You can already pre-order such a device from Sprint’s site and you can choose a leather black or plastic gray cover.
Just in case you decide to buy an LG flagship from now until June 21st you also get an extra battery, a MicroSD card and a charging cradle for free.
The device sells for $600 full price or $200 with a two-year contract ($18 a month with Sprint Lease or $25 a month for 24 months with Sprint Easy Pay.
LG G4 gives you a Snapdragon 808 processor plus 3GB of RAM, a 16MP rear camera and a curved 5.5” display, all powered by a removable 3000 mAh battery. You won’t escape LG’s own included software.
You have only two more weeks to decide if you want one, or you can buy a G4 whenever you want, but you know, you won’t get any more free stuff with it.
[box type=”shadow”]OVERLAND PARK, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The highly anticipated LG G4™, boasting an impressive collection of photography tools, will be available in all Sprint (NYSE: S) sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Telesales at 1-800-SPRINT1 and www.sprint.com, beginning on Friday, June 5. Offered by Sprint in two color options, Metallic Gray and Genuine Leather Black, LG G4 is an ideal gift for Father’s Day or graduation.
Sprint offers more purchasing choices for today’s most popular smartphones and tablets than any other U.S. carrier including:
Sprint Lease: LG G4 will be available through Sprint Lease for $0 down at signing and $18 per month. With Sprint Lease, qualified customers pay zero out of pocket at lease signing for their smartphone1.
At the conclusion of the lease period, customers in good standing have several options, including returning the LG G4 and leasing another device or purchasing it.
Sprint Easy PaySM:Well-qualified buyers can purchase LG G4 with $0 down (plus tax), no finance fees and 24 easy monthly payments of $25 (SRP: $600; excluding taxes; service plan required).
Purchase LG G4 for $ $199.99 with a two-year agreement.
Purchase LG G4 for $599.99 without a contract.
Customers have the option to add a $10 early upgrade charge to Sprint Lease or installment billing payments. With this option, customers can turn in their device and enter into a new Sprint Lease or Sprint Easy Pay agreement after just 12 consecutive payments.2
Pre-order begins online today www.sprint.com/LGG4. For a limited time, customers purchasing LG G4 can receive a second 3,000mAh battery, a 32GB memory card and a convenient battery charging cradle by mail from LG for a savings of more than $100.3
Stuck in a contract with another carrier? Sprint will pay whatever it costs to switch, including early termination fees and remaining payments on the phone installment plans – no matter what is owed. Customers simply need to switch to Sprint and turn in their current phone. Sprint will refund the switching costs within approximately 15 days of successfully completing the online registration and providing a bill that shows the early termination charge or device balance due.
Take Photos from Amateur to Professional Quality
Customers can easily create and print professional-looking photography with the new LG G4. Two robust cameras takes selfies to a new level and make it easier than ever to capture life’s most exciting moments. LG G4 offers a 16 megapixel rear-facing camera with F1.8 aperture and an 8 megapixel front-facing selfie camera along with the following shutterbug-favorite features:
Manual Mode provides DSLR-like capabilities to adjust shutter speeds, ISO, white balance and more, with the ability to preview the photo before you snap the picture.
Laser Auto Focus technology allows you to take exceptionally fast photos so you never miss an opportunity to capture the moment.
Color Spectrum Sensor captures images with accurate and bright colors limiting white balance distortion.
Fast shutter speed gives more stabilization and excellent quality pictures in low light with incredible detail.
Take LG G4 on all your summer adventures with the ability to create production quality prints at 11″ x 17″ with 300dpi.
Following a multiyear overhaul, the Sprint network now provides significantly better call quality and faster data speeds in more places than before. Sprint has received a total of 104 first-place (outright or shared) RootScore® Awards for overall, reliability, speed, data, call, or text network performance in the 77 markets measured to date in the first half of 2015.4[/box]
Sprint is on an update roll and next in line is Samsung Galaxy Note 4, who gets factory reset protection. The feature made its first appearance in Android Lollipop and it can make phones tougher to break by thieves in terms of software as it requires users to always enter a passkey before wiping their handsets. This way, stolen devices cannot be sold to others because they are not cleared of personal data.
The update also presents some unnamed bug fixes that don’t really deserve to be mentioned as long as they are fixed, right? The OTA brings Note 4 to software version N910PVPU2BOE1 and it rolls out in stage so it may take a few hours to reach all devices.