While speaking in Washington last week,
Yet, Hesse promised that the carrier would sell a phone powered by Android "at some time in the future." Sprint is a member of the Open Handset Alliance, which developed Android in partnership in Google. Hesse did not elaborate on when that would be or on what kind of Android handset it would sell.
Personally, I think Sprint needs Android more than Android needs it. As I wrote earlier this month, Sprint has done a poor job with its brand development over the past year. You don't really know what the company stands for, and its selection of phones and services is relatively uninspiring. An Android phone could only give the carrier a little cachet and serve as an alternative to