Sprint Samsung Epic 4G Touch, HTC EVO Design 4G and Motorola Admiral Leak

August 9, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Leaks have been keeping us busy – almost all the time. This one isn’t different. The latest grapevine murmur has a handful of devices waiting in the wings to arrive in our midst without much delay. And, look at the names spelt out – they are indeed alluring.

The folks at Engadget were tipped by an enthusiast on the possible arrival of three new devices that will ride Sprint’s WiMAX very soon. The three smartphones leaked are the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, the HTC EVO Design 4G and the Motorola Admiral.

While the Epic 4G Touch is a version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the EVO Design 4G is a next-gen HTC device. Among the three, the only device that hasn’t got the 4G tag is the Admiral, but then we are yet to find out what kind of a device Motorola has up their sleeve.

As you must have heard already, the Epic 4G Touch is actually the device earlier known as the Samsung Within.  We had earlier told you about this device. You may want to follow this link so as to refresh your memory on that.

Meanwhile, the HTC EVO Design 4G could be offered as a less expensive variant of the earlier HTC EVO 3D. We just hope it will keep up the charm its predecessor had brought along when it was rolled out. You would remember, the EVO 3D had boasted capabilities to capture and display 3D media sans any 3D glasses.

Most likely to come with all aspects the EVO 3D had sported, the EVO Design 4G is expected give the 3D camera the miss. However, a 5 megapixel shooter might be included. Further, we hear the phone could also have a single-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm chipset. We will have to wait to know more on that.

The third is a mystery device, to say the least. Though the Admiral name is spelt out, we find it tough to get more details. We would like to speculate that the Motorola Admiral could come with a dual-core processor and a full QWERTY keyboard.

We are just waiting for Sprint’s confirmation on the trio. Going by the juicy names, we have reasons to believe that customers of the network can nurse huge expectations. We just hope to see them coming soon. Bring it on guys!

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