The news comes from The Verge, which said the Sprint version lands nine days after AT&T's hits store shelves.
The pricing may be the same, however Sprint's version comes with a 13MP rear-facing camera. AT&T's back snapper is a less-impressive 8 megapixels.
Pre-orders for the phone are also reportedly getting off the ground Nov. 1, while customers can put in an order for AT&T's variant starting Tuesday.
One in the same?
Aside from the availability, the only real difference between Sprint's offering and AT&T's comes in the form of data.
Sprint prides itself on offering at truly unlimited data plan, while AT&T has switched to shared Mobile Share plans.
Sprint, meanwhile, is in the midst of a buyout by Japanese tech firm SoftBank, so what changes the new majority owners implement are yet unknown.
Via The Verge
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