RadioShack to Offer Samsung Conquer 4G for $69.99 on August 21

RadioShack’s PR team just shot us a quick note to advise us that the electronics and gadget retailer will soon be offering the Samsung Conquer 4G.  Expected to arrive on August 21, the Sprint handset can be had for the very attractive price of $69.99 with qualified two-year service agreements. Additional specifications for the low-cost 4G device also include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 1GHz processor, 3.5-inch display, 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera,  and 1.3-megapixel front facing camera.  And here we thought Sprint was doing us a favor by offering it up at $99.

As parents and kids are out getting their back-to-school items, they can stop by RadioShack for the latest 4G smartphone for less than $100. Beginning Sunday, August 21, RadioShack will offer the Samsung Conquer™ 4G from Sprint for only $69.99* with qualifying 2-year agreement/feature. Customers can visit a local RadioShack to take advantage of the offer…For those looking to save on their purchase, RadioShack’s Trade & Save program allows customers to apply the value of their old phone toward their new phone.


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