Ahead of CTIA (International Wireless Telecommunication Association Industry) trade show that will take place in Orlando, Florida starting march 21th, some rumors of upcoming Sprint product announcement have been leaked.
According to BGR blog, Sprint network will add the Motorola XOOM capable of running on its WiMAX 4G, which offers up to 10X speed when the network is available in your area. The Motorola tablet carries similar specs as the one sold by the other CDMA carrier Verizon. The Motorola tablet is running the Android 3.x from Google. This version is getting the Adobe Flash player 10.2 supporting 720p full-screen video among other goodness.
The Motorola XOOM will be joint be another tablet made by HTC called HTC View 4G, a CDMA version of the HTC Flyer (7” screen, Pen support and 1.5GHz CPU).
On the smartphone side, The HTC Evo 3D will be the new flagship replacing the EVO 4G, featuring 4.3” 3G display, 1GB RAM, 1.2 Dual-core CPU, video recording 1080p, 720p (3D), DNLA, HDMI, etc.). Blockbuster and YouTube apps will be onboard delivering 3D contents.
[Via & Photo BGR]