Sprint announced on Wednesday that it will begin selling the LG G2, the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Galaxy S4 mini on Nov. 8. The LG G2 and Samsung Galaxy Mega will cost $199.99 with a new two-year contract while the Galaxy S4 mini will launch for $99 with a new contract.

Meanwhile, Sprint re-confirmed that it will offer the HTC One Max soon, and said the phone will retail for $249.99 with a new two-year contract.

Sprint said all four devices will offer tri-band support, which it's marketing as "Sprint Spark." The phones basically take advantage of three different 4G LTE frequency bands to offer faster data speeds in more areas, including the 800MHz, 1.9GHz and 2.5GHz frequency bands. Spark will launch in about 100 markets, including New York, LA, Chicago, Tampa and Miami in 2014, and a software update enabling the tri-band support will be pushed to each of the four aforementioned phones.

For more information on each phone, be sure to read our Galaxy S4 mini hands-on, our Galaxy Mega 6.3 review, our One max review, and our LG G2 review.