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For the best battery life Sprint phones, we limit our selection to the top rated cellphones running on Sprint's CDMA network which have standby time more than 500 hours. Here standby time can be defined as the time till the phone's battery gets completely drained when connected to a network and kept idle, which practically should be high for any cellphone. Some of the best battery life cellphones with Sprint network come from Brands like Nokia and HTC.

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LG G3

LG G3


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LG G3
HTC One E8
HTC Desire 510
LG G2
LG G Flex
LG G3
HTC One E8
HTC Desire 510
LG G2 D802 (Factory Unlocked) Smartphone
LG G Flex
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Release Date
May 2014
Jul 2014
Sep 2014
Sep 2013
Dec 2013
Standby Time
565.0 Hours
504.0 Hours
646.0 Hours
700.0 Hours
720.0 Hours
Carrier
AT-T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint
Sprint
Sprint
Sprint, AT-T
AT-T, T-Mobile, Sprint
Digital Camera Resolution
13.0 MP
13.0 MP
5.0 MP
8.0 MP
13.0 MP
Installed RAM (GB)
2.0 GB
2.0 GB
1.0 GB
1.0 GB
2.0 GB
Screen Size(Diagonal)
5.5 inch
5.0 inch
4.7 inch
4.7 inch
6.0 inch
Processor Type
Qualcomm MSM8975AC Snapdragon 801, Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 - EU model, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 - USA model
Quad-core 2.26 GHz Krait 400, Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7, Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400
Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800, Quad-core 2.26 GHz Krait 400
Battery Capacity
3000.0 mAh
2600.0 mAh
2100.0 mAh
2440.0 mAh
3500.0 mAh
Operating System
Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat), v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)

  • The LG G3 somehow packs a world-beating screen and a huge battery into a slim, premium-feeling case, making it the most advanced phone on the market. But it's just too much phone for me.


  • A great handset that's more phablet than phone - and it's only slightly let down by lackluster design.


  • The LG G3 is LG’s best phone yet. The screen is special but we’d have been happy for a 1080p display and better battery life. However the LG G3 has no real weaknesses, it’s an all-round great phone.


  • - Screen is blueish.
    - The interface is minimal, logical, and relatively ergonomic and easy to use.
    - The screen is visible even under direct sunlight.
    - Minimalist, stylish, and lag-free interface.
    - The interface is flatter and far more colorful than previous iterations, but it moves around like the wind, refusing to ever slow your experience down.
    - The front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers are excellent.


  • The HTC One E8 for Sprint doesn't wow with its plastic design, but it delivers flagship features and performance at a midrange price.


  • - Essentially, this budget version of the One M8 isn't that budget - but it does provide competition to the likes of the Nexus 5 and the OnePlus One for a high-end phone with great specs and a lower price, and it appears HTC has managed that well here.


  • - The smooth edges make it easy to hold and operate.
    - The stock browser is simple and functional.
    - Connectivity-wise, the Desire 510 is perfectly fine.
    - The audio app is better - it has a nice way of arranging and presenting your music in a clearly laid-out gallery.


  • Don't let the 64-bit processor fool you—the Android-based HTC Desire 510 on Boost Mobile under-delivers on most other fronts.


  • - The Desire 510 feels fairly robust.
    - Even with the plastic-feeling case, when holding the HTC Desire 510 it feels pretty robust.


  • The LG G2 is an outstanding smartphone almost every way you look at it. The screen is beautiful, albeit a bit off in terms of color temperature, while the camera is simply outstanding - definitely among the very best out there. Under the hood, the Snapdragon 800 processor is doing exactly what you'd expect it to do - making sure that everything operates perfectly smoothly with no hiccups or delays.


  • The G2 is easily a competitor for every other high-end smartphone out there. The "weird" button layout works for us, and it's paired with some smart touch functions that are well thought out. The phone looks and feels great, and just works as a smartphone should. There are some minor things about the G2 we don't like, but our overwhelming sense is that this phone does what we want and it does it well, with style and smoothness.


  • LG's most appealing phone yet, the G2 marries cutting-edge tech with a gorgeous screen. It's just a shame that it lacks a MicroSD card slot.


  • The LG G Flex shows off the potential of curved display technology, but it's the fast performance and top-notch multitasking prowess that make this loaded phablet more than just a tech demo.


  • A lofty price tag means the LG G Flex is out of many people's affordability and while the flexible feature is interesting, in it's current form it's little more than a gimmick. The G Flex is too ahead of the curve.

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    The G Flex comes with the usual set of organizing apps and Polaris Viewer 5 document viewer. Unfortunately, you'll have to pay extra for the document editing version of Polaris Office package. So, you can view documents - Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents and PDF files are supported.


Top 5 battery life sprint cell phone:

  1. LG G3
  2. HTC One E8
  3. HTC Desire 510
  4. LG G2 D802 (Factory Unlocked) Smartphone
  5. LG G Flex