Picture of Sprint’s Galaxy S Pro Surfaces, Confirms Sliding QWERTY
The first picture of Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S handset made its way into the hands of Android Community today. Called the Galaxy S Pro, it looks every bit of a standard Galaxy S save for the sliding 5-row QWERTY hiding below. This confirms the news we broke just over a month ago.
Unfortunately there were no specs to share at this time but we assume they’ll be nearly identical to those found in the Galaxy S. We’d also like to think this little guy will also have support for Sprint’s 4G network. We had heard whispers that Sprint was readying another 4G device to be released soon. Could this be it? Perhaps this will be part of the announcement later this month?
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