In case you want to see the Sprint-flavoured Android Phone on the market, think again, as the carrier’s CEO has recently stated that the OHA-produced OS is not good enough for his brand.


Dan Hesse, Sprint’s CEO managed to disappoint many fans of his company, who hoped that they’ll be able to buy the G1 in Q1 of 2009. Now this seems like a very remote launch, if Google will ever be able to “love” Sprint again after their “swearing”. However, Hesse mentioned that Sprint will, at some point launch an Android device…

So, “you ain’t good enough for my brand… but I’ll launch you anyway”, right? Will Sprint get kicked out of the Open Handset Alliance for this statement?

[via mobileburn]

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