— The first phone that was cracked, cracked and scratched again is now available at the Sprint store in Tucson, Arizona.
Sprint has confirmed the news on its website, saying the phone was sold on April 6.
“The Sprint phone is currently being repaired and is in good working order,” the company said.
The phone had a number of problems including a cracked screen, a cracked antenna and a cracked camera.
Sue Crenshaw, the store manager, said the store was aware of the phone’s problems but that it had not been advertised for sale on the store’s website.
She said that despite the phone not being advertised, it was still worth buying.
“We had no idea that it would be a problem, so when we were talking to the store we were trying to get their attention that it was a problem and they said, ‘We’re sorry, but we have to put it back up,'” she said.
The phone was originally purchased at the Verizon store in Phoenix.
A spokesperson for Sprint said the phone is not a Sprint phone.