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Samsung Conquer 4G – Sprint’s WiMAX-enabled smartphone for the price conscious buyer
14 September 2011
Conclusion: The Samsung Conquer 4G is available now on Sprint for $99 with a contract, however it has quite a competition in the form of the EVO 4G, EVO Shift 4G and Samsung EPIC 4G, all of which cost the same and have better specs (mainly bigger screens with higher resolutions and better cameras) – if Sprint...
Summary: The Samsung Conquer 4G, the latest addition to Sprint’s blazing-fast lineup. Rather than going head-to-head with giants like the Photon 4G and EVO 3D, the company’s strategy is to offer a WiMAX-enabled handset that’s light on the wallet.
Pros: Zippy performance, Good front facing camera, Near pure Android OS, Good battery life
Cons: Small display, Low-res primary camera, Boring design
Excerpt: Aaron takes an in-depth look at the Samsung Conquer 4G , Sprint's first 4G handset to come in under $100. Specifications include a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.5-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, front-facing shooter for video calling, and Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread).
Excerpt: We had a chance to get our hands on a new Samsung Conquer 4G on Sprint, and we would like to share it with you. The phone is considered an entry level device, although we here at TalkAndroid are giving it the thumbs up to be called mid-range.
Excerpt: The Sprint Samsung Conquer 4G: a great little mid-range Android device, running on Sprint’s 4G WiMax network. While this little ditty hasn’t been released yet, that doesn’t mean that we here at TalkAndroid can’t get our hands on it.
Conclusion: The Samsung Conquer 4G reminds us very much of the LG Optimus One in that it does what it is supposed to do well without costing an arm and a leg. The Conquer has 4G data, it has a fast processor and lots of memory but it isn’t fancy.
Pros: Very fast performance, Great call quality, Good build quality, size and feel, Lots of available memory, Not bogged down with manufacturer skins or carrier bloatware
Cons: Display could be denser, Camera performs poorly in low light conditions
Summary: The first thing you're likely to notice about Sprint's HTC EVO 4G is its size: this smartphone is big. And so is its display, which measures a whopping 4.3 inches. But pick up the EVO 4G and you'll be blown away by its speed.