First image of the Samsung Galaxy S Pro reveals that it's headed to Sprint?

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First image of the Samsung Galaxy S Pro reveals that it's headed to Sprint?
Just out of nowhere, there was a leaked image of what's being reported as the Samsung Galaxy S Pro which reveals that the QWERTY packing device is setting its destination to Sprint. Aside from the obvious giant Sprint logo branded into the handset, there are also various icons that point to the reality that it's Sprint bound – such as the icons for Sprint TV and Sprint Zone. In addition, TouchWiz 3.0 looks to be in full effect and running on top of Android, but one has to think about Samsung's other speculated QWERTY Android phonethe Samsung Moment 2. The last time we heard about that handset, it was last heard towards the earlier portion of this month that the Samsung Moment 2 M910 was being renamed to the Samsung Intercept. However, now that the supposed Samsung Galaxy S Pro has been caught on camera, one has to think about whether or not Samsung will be releasing both handsets. Unless there is a huge gap in pricing, it would be difficult to believe that both handsets would be launched close to the same time. Regrettably, there is no word surrounding pricing, availability, or additional specs.

source: Android Community via Unwired View




Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

Why does sprint need two android samsung touchscreen phones that look exactly the same?

3. ILOVEIPHONE25 unregistered

don't hate fag

4. mdw92581

Posts: 131; Member since: Feb 25, 2010

thats a good question but if this phone has a 4" screen like the SGS then its no comparison to the Moment

5. phone333

Posts: 331; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

did you even "read" the specs ???

2. ajac09

Posts: 1482; Member since: Sep 30, 2009

thier not excatly the same the imoment 2 aka interceptor is smaller screen not super amoled and not wimax while the samsung galaxy s pro is 4.1 inches super AMOLED and has the 1ghz cortex processor as well as wimax

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