Sprint to support Qualcomm’s Brew platform

Sprint to support Qualcomm’s Brew platform
Sprint has announced it is planning to offer its customers additional device options by launching devices running Qualcomm’s Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP). Brew MP is a mobile operating system that can support feature phones and smartphones alike.

Commenting on the announcement, Sprint’s director of device development, Brian Finnerty, said: “Sprint is committed to delivering the most compelling technology to our customers, through a variety of operating systems, and we now have the ability to uniquely integrate compelling features and services deep in the hardware with Brew MP. By supporting both high-performance mobile Java and native applications on Brew MP, we can offer more advanced devices to an even broader set of Sprint customers.”

Sprint’s industry-leading open approach means Sprint is dedicated to offering customers a variety of devices with multiple platforms that take advantage of the Now Network so customers can do what they want, when they want with their Sprint phone. Through the Sprint Application Developer Program (http://developer.sprint.com), developers can leverage the capabilities of these various platforms to create differentiated and personalized services.
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