Sprint reps getting Cliff Notes version of Samsung Conquer 4G specs

Sprint reps getting Cliff Notes version of Samsung Conquer 4G specs
Looking at a leaked photo of training material for Sprint reps on the upcoming low to mid-end Samsung Conquer 4G, we are reminded of one of those late night spy flicks in which the agent is given information to study. When the spy has everything memorized, he crumbles up the material and eats it. Of course, in today's paperless world, we simply hit the delete key. What brought this to our mind is the aforementioned training material for the Samsung Conquer 4G.

Sprint has thoughtfully divided key selling points to make them easier to remember. The primary selling points for the phone includes the Android 2.3 OS on board the phone, the WiMax enabled 4G connectivity on the device and the front and rear cameras with flash on the back. The secondary selling points listed video chat capabilities via Qik, Sprint mobile wallet and the swipe to type Swype virtual QWERTY. Additional selling points feature the browser with Adobe Flash, a 3.5 inch touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor (which was high-end a little more than a year ago) and a pre-installed 2GB microSD card.

The last speculated launch date for the phone is August 21st, which we recently reported was found on a Sprint road map.This map might have showed a possible release date, but pricing is still unknown. Once Sprint reps have all of this info locked away in their brain, they have a tasty treat to digest, a quick tap of the delete key keeps it away from the enemy.

source: AndroidCentral

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Conquer 4G
  • Display 3.5" 320 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S2, Single core, 1000 MHz
  • Battery 1500 mAh(6.00h talk time)



1. Eric unregistered

So no keyboard confirmed? If so, this would make the Conquer the first ever keyboard-less Android phone on Sprint.

2. UnNamed unregistered

Last I checked, Sprint's Evo, Evo 3D, Zio (which is and was a horriable phone), Optimus S, and Hero did not have a keyboard. I think you mean Sprint's first SAMSUNG Android phone without a keyboard.

3. anjahl

Posts: 7; Member since: Oct 03, 2010

No it wouldn't be Samsung first keyboard-less android phone. Nexus s 4g was.

4. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

It's bad enough it doesn't have a keyboard, but it also has Sprint iD. Sorry, but Sprint iD is the WORST idea ever and kind of takes away the whole idea of what Android is about: customization.

5. Yung Meeage unregistered

Sprint ID customizes the device with different appilications , backgrounds, ringtones and wallpaper. Based upon something that you like. How does it take away the customizations?

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