Sprint delivers the Samsung Conquer 4G


Are you rocking on to 4G/LTE devices? If you haven’t done so already, then maybe you might want to give Sprint a chance. After all, they will be rolling out the Samsung Conquer 4G this coming August 21st. Just what does the Conquer 4G bring to the table? How about Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the operating system right out of the box, where this means you need not wait for an update.

Apart from that, the Conquer 4G will also have a 1GHz processor running in the background to get things done, with a couple of cameras to help you out with video calls as well as the main camera. More concerning the specifications are available after the jump.

There is another thing that makes the Samsung Conquer 4G so special – it will be the first 4G smartphone from Sprint which will cost less than a hundred bucks. Yup, you get that right, it will no longer cost $200 thereabouts to bring home a 4G device. That certainly took a long time in coming, where Sprint has already released 24 4G-capable devices to date.

A 3.5″ touchscreen display isn’t the biggest around, but then again it gets the job done. The 1.3-megapixel front facing camera is perfect for video chats, while there is also a 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera complete with flash and zoom. Need to connect whenever there is no 4G connection at all? No worries, as it works just fine with a Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n chipset, alongside being GPS capable.

To make sure you won’t run out of storage space, Samsung has decided to include a microSD memory card slot that is capable of stashing away up to 32GB of storage space – and Sprint’s generous enough to throw in a 2GB microSD memory card to get you started right out of the box. Being 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capable, it is capable of supporting up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices – on both the Sprint 3G or 4G networks.

If you’re going to go wireless, you might as well go all the way – and Samsung’s gone ahead by including stereo Bluetooth wireless technology so that you can enjoy hands-free conversation while you’re behind the wheel. Not only that, Sprint ID has been included, letting you enjoy a variety of apps, widgets, shortcuts, ringtones and wallpapers that were specially designed to meet users specific mobile needs and interests using but a few simple clicks.

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