Sprint’s Mid-Range Samsung Conquer 4G Expected Late July
Additional details surfaced over the weekend for an upcoming Samsung handset headed to Sprint. Previously known only by its model number SPH-D600, the phone is expected to be called the Samsung Conquer 4G when it arrives July 24th.
Specifications include a 1GHz processor, 3.1-megapixel camera, and support for Sprint’s WiMax network. The handset is also said to feature a sliding QWERTY keyboard, front-facing camera, and run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Pocketnow surmises that the price point could go between $50-$100 and we see no reason to argue. The specs are not up where today’s high end devices sit so it’s gonna be pretty tough getting people to open their wallets very wide.
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