*Note* - Since the Galaxy S III is the same on all four US carriers with the exception of network, the rest of the Galaxy S III reviews will be fairly short. The only real things to go over are network speeds and call quality. If you want to read the in-depth review, read the T-Mobile Galaxy S III review.
Yes, we got another Galaxy S III in here at Technocove and I have put it through its paces. This Galaxy S brings everything you already love about the phone to the table with the change of the radio so that it works on Sprints 4G/LTE network. You can watch the review below.
Call Quality/Network Quality
I’m no stranger to Sprint’s network. I used a HTC Hero on their network for almost 2 years. In the Las Vegas area call quality was alright for the most part but I did run into some issues. Some people I talked to said they had issues hearing me on their end. I also experienced issues with not being able to hear who I was talking to. The Samsung Galaxy S III is a 4G/LTE capable phone but Las Vegas doesn’t have access to this mystical network. Sprint’s LTE network only exists in a handful or markets now and I don’t expect to see LTE here until late 2013. In the meantime if you don’t have LTE speeds you fall back on Sprint’s 3G speeds. In my personal testing, these speeds have been abyssal. you can judge for yourself with the speed test results below. I don’t think there is any excuse that Sprint decided to launch a handful of LTE capable devices before they even had a network to run them on. You can also see the how battery life and Quadrant scores were like below.