Sprint to unleash Samsung Conquer 4G, first smartphone priced under $100

Sprint Samsung Conquer 4GJust when people started to think that 3G was the best thing to happen, 4G services made its appearance and should soon be made affordable on the Samsung Conquer 4G offered by Sprint. Aimed to give users the entire 4G experience at a low cost, the handset will be priced under $100.

On Sprint, users can expect their specific mobile needs to be fulfilled with a variety of applications, widgets, ringtones and wallpapers. Additionally, downloads from E!, Green and MTV Music ID can be acquired through Sprint ID packs. With the $69.99 Everything Data plan, users on the Samsung Conquer 4G handset can receive unlimited Web browsing, texting and calling to and from any mobile in America.

Fared Adib, vice president-product development, Sprint commented, “The price of Samsung Conquer 4G makes Sprint’s 4G speeds accessible to more customers than ever. We are proud to deliver this dynamic device at a great value without sacrificing must-have technology. Our customers can really do more for less when this ultra-affordable 4G device is paired with the great value of our unlimited data calling plans.”

Powered by a 1GHz processor running the Android Gingerbread OS, the smartphone comes equipped with a dual 3G/4G mode, Wi-Fi 02.11 b/g/n, microSD slot supporting up to 32GB, Mobile Hotspot on 3G and 4G, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.2MP rear-facing camera and 1.3MP front facing for video calling. With the 3.5-inch touchscreen, users can also enjoy streaming high quality videos over the 4G connectivity.

The Samsung Conquer 4G handset from Sprint will be available this month starting from the 21st. With a price tag of $99.99, the smartphone a two-year service agreement.

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