Sprint will start selling Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime in the United States from 10 July, becoming the second wireless carrier in the country to sell the mid-range smartphone.
The handset was earlier available only on Cricket Wireless.
The carrier has confirmed in a press statement that the smartphone will be available at all Sprint Stores, Web Sales and Telesales at 1-800-SPRINT1.
It comes with a price tag of $240 (excluding tax) without contract and for $29.99 with a two-year service agreement after a $50 mail-in rebate via reward card.
"Every year, parents across the country head to stores looking to get their kids a high-quality smartphone their friends will envy at an affordable price," said Doug Kaufman, director-Device Strategy, Sprint, in a statement.
"Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime and the Sprint Family Share Pack make it possible for parents to give their kids a premium smartphone and enough high-speed data for the entire family without breaking the bank."
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime was released in India and several other countries in October, 2014. It sports a 5-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen with 540 x 960 pixels (220 ppi pixel density), powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor clocking at 1.2GHz, and runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
The smartphone also comes packed with an 8 GB internal memory expandable up to 128 GB via microSD card, 1 GB RAM, an 8 MP main camera, a 5 MP front snapper, a removable Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery and an Ultra Power Saving Mode to extend battery life.