The past few weeks has seen Sprint’s 4G wireless network become home to more than a couple one penny smartphones as the wireless provider gets very aggressive with their pricing model. The wireless marketplace in America is a dog eat dog daily competition to protect one’s own market share while increasingly attempting to take market share from your competition. Sprint is solidly entrenched in the number two position for wireless market share in the United States, behind dominant top spot holder Verizon, and right ahead of AT&T. One way to instantly attract market share away from your competitors, especially during tough economic times, is with a lower retail price then they offer for a similarly featured handset, and the Samsung Conquer 4G benefits from this wise marketing move. The Samsung Conquer 4G offers Android’s Gingerbread operating system support out-of-the-box, and promises over the air upgrades as they are released. The Conquer 4G also delivers a rarity in smartphone technology. Not all handsets or wireless platforms offer simultaneous data access while making a call. With the Conquer 4G you can browse the web, download apps and other data, and access other screens without having to terminate your voice call.

Also, the Samsung Conquer 4G acts as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five additional devices. This means that wirelessly the Conquer 4G acts as a hub so your other consumer electronics can enjoy 4G speeds. The display on the Conquer 4G is 3.5 inches and delivers 320 x 480 pixel resolution. That is a capacitive touchscreen, and also supports multiple gesture navigation. The Conquer 4G offers a rear facing 3.2 megapixel camera with VGA quality resolution and the ability to record at 30 frames per second, and the accompanying 1.3 megapixel front facing chat cam also delivers voice call capability.
512 MB of RAM memory and 1.0 GB of ROM memory are on board, up to 32 GB of storage is available through the microSD slot, a microUSB port is present, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity are also delivered. Samsung intended the Conquer 4G as an entry-level smartphone as opposed to a full-featured high-end Android handset, and Sprint’s pricing confirms this designation.


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