Samsung Conquer 4G for Sprint is an Android smartphone expected to arrive July 24

Samsung Conquer 4G for Sprint is an Android smartphone expected to arrive July 24
Crazy to believe it, but once perceived to be in the high-end category, devices packing single-core 1GHz processors are slowly being regarded as mid-range devices – especially now that dual-core processors are increasingly becoming all the rage.

Well, that’s where the Samsung Conquer 4G for Sprint comes to mind, as a new leaked image surfaced today show us what it’ll look like, but more importantly, it’s being positioned as a mid-range offering with its 1GHz single-core processor. Although it’s looking pretty much like your straightforward slate handset, the Conquer 4G features some exciting hardware under the hood with its 320 x 480 display, landscape sliding keyboard, 3.1-megapixel rear camera, front-facing camera, 4G WiMAX support, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

Obviously, there are a lot of people who might classify it as a high-end smartphone still, but considering that it’s expected to fall somewhere around $50 to $100 on-contract when it’s alleged to be released on July 24, it seemingly fits the mid-range category. Regardless, it’s nice to see that we’re starting to see more 4G devices catering to the mid-range market.

source: Pocketnow via Android and Me


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