Following a rumor from late last week that claimed that Sprint may be prepping its own mobile wallet dubbed "Touch," some purported presentation slides teasing the service have now appeared online. The slides don't offer up much in the way of new information, but they do show how a user can enter a four-digit passcode to unlock the wallet, followed by either a main screen or credit card screen, depending on whether the app is manually opened by the user or if the device is tapped to a credit card terminal. Another slide shows that loyalty cards can also be stored. It's not clear exactly which companies Sprint may be planning to partner with on its Touch app, but business like Starbucks, Target, Macy's, Barnes & Noble and Dick's Sporting Goods are shown in the screenshots.
While there's no word yet on when we might see Sprint actually launch its Touch wallet, these leaked slides show that the carrier at least appears to be making progress with the app. Once Sprint does get around to launching Touch, it'll be interesting to see which partners the Now Network can get on its side and how this new app compares to Google Wallet, which Sprint has been supporting since its launch last year. What do you all make of Sprint Touch so far? Do you like what we've seen of the app so far or do you think Sprint should just stick with Google Wallet?
Via Android Central