Sprint Selling Points for Samsung Conquer 4G Make Us Eagerly Wait for the Launch

August 3, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You would agree that Sprint’s August-September roll out of a handful of devices is gaining much attention. We had brought you news on how Sprint’s Galaxy S II would come with a new name. The Epic Touch 4G is what it is going to be called, and it looks like the device has started garnering maximum attention.

But that doesn’t mean the other models need to be seen as secondary options. For instance, Sprint is positioning the Samsung Conquer 4G on a high pedestal and is gearing up to make the launch a grand affair.

Though a mid ranged smartphone, the Conquer 4G will come boasting 4G WiMax connectivity that promises faster upload and download speeds.

A look at the launch document that guys at Android Central have managed to pocket shows how Sprint is making the Conquer 4G a must buy. Listed down in the document are some of the most alluring selling points the phone has.

As you can make out from the screen grab posted above, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone will boast Sprint ID for customization, a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2 GB pre-installed memory card, Flash support, video chat capabilities, and a full Google experience.

In case you would want to add to the storage, you will also have the option to push memory with a 32 GB optional micro SDHC card. Further, the phone will come with pre-installed Swype on the keyboard.

We are now waiting to know what amount of money we will have to part with so as to own the phone on Sprint. We just hope Sprint wouldn’t disappoint us when the device arrives at Sam’s Club this month.

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