Hot on the heels of Boost Mobile’s Samsung device announcement, we now have Sprint’s other subsidary, Virgin Mobile, announcing the all new Samsung Galaxy Reverb. The Galaxy Reverb features a design similar to the Droid Charge (shield) and will come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.
It will also feature a 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor, 4-inch 800×480 resolution display, 5MP shooter and 1.3MP front facing cam, 4GB of internal memory, while running on Sprint’s 3G network (sorry, no WiMax or LTE here).
At $250 contract-free, the Reverb will squeeze its way in between Virgin’s HTC EVO V ($300), and the HTC One V ($200). The Reverb goes up for pre-order on August 29th. Seems Samsung has been a busy boy, pumping out Android-powered smartphones like a popcorn machine, huh?
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