Sprint and Samsung have just officially announced the Conquer 4G, a mid-range device that also boasts pretty good specs.
If you are unfamiliar with the device, the Conquer 4G spots a 1GHz single-core processor, a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, 4G speeds via WiMax network, and a side-sliding physical QWERTY keyboard. The Conquer 4G also runs on Gingerbread, which is a surprise for a mid-range device which usually ships with Froyo. A few other low points of the device are the 3.2 mexapixel rear camera and the 3.5 inch screen with HVGA resolution.
I’m sure Sprint decided to announce this phone after the release of their newest flagship phone, the HTC EVO 3D, to appeal to customers who want a quality phone, but aren’t willing to pay an excessive amount of money for a device. Unfortunately, we have yet to hear anything on pricing, but we will keep you updated on this device.
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