We’ve already seen two of AT&T’s upcoming (and still unannounced) Samsung Android smartphones in the last few weeks, so I’m surprised that we now have details on yet another one. Called Samsung Impulse 4G, this new device “could” become AT&T’s first LTE-capable smartphone – that’s that BGR is claiming anyway.
Reportedly, the Impulse 4G looks like in the image below. The handset obviously bears some similarities to Verizon’s Samsung Droid Charge (one of North America’s first LTE phones) – although its Android keys aren’t hardware keys, and they’re positioned closer to the display.
For now, little else is known about the Samsung Impulse 4G. There’s no word on its launch date, price, features etc. But we’ll probably find out more soon, since AT&T’s LTE network should go live “by the end of the summer.”
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