Samsung Conquer 4G Officially Announced, Coming August 21st for $100


It’s no Galaxy S II, but the folks at Samsung and Sprint have come together to finally announce the Samsung Conquer 4G. It was first revealed not too long ago as a supposed QWERTY slider that was destined to be the Epic 4G’s replacement. While recent rumors peg a Samsung Epic 4G 2 as the official successor, the Conquer 4G should be on the list of those who want good value for a good punch.

Inside is a 1GHz single-core processor, a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back, a 1.3 megapixel camera on the front, WiFi N, Bluetooth, GPS, 4G radios, Android 2.3 and a 3.5 inch screen. All of this is coming August 21st for $100 after a two-year agreement and $50 mail-in rebate, making it one of Sprint’s more affordable 4G devices. Read on for full press details.

Sprint Makes it More Affordable
to Experience 4G with the Aug. 21 Availability of Samsung Conquer 4G

Samsung Conquer 4G is the first 4G Smartphone from Sprint to launch under $100; features Android 2.3, a 1GHz processor, two cameras and Sprint ID for the ultimate 4G experience with easy personalization at an extremely affordable price


OVERLAND PARK, Kan., and  Dallas – Aug. 5, 2011 – As the first national wireless carrier to launch the groundbreaking data speeds of 4G, Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced with Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the No. 1 mobile phone provider in the United States1, Samsung Conquer™ 4G2. The launch of Samsung Conquer 4G, Sprint’s 25th 4G-capable device, marks Sprint’s first 4G smartphone to launch at less than $100 enabling Sprint customers to experience industry-leading features without breaking the bank.


Samsung Conquer 4G will cost just $99.99 with a new two-year service agreement or eligible upgrade and after a $50 mail-in rebate via reward card(pricing excludes taxes). It will be available in all Sprint retail channels, including Web sales (www.sprint.com) and Telesales (1-800-Sprint1), beginning on Aug. 21. Visit Sprint Community for more information.


“The price of Samsung Conquer 4G makes Sprint’s 4G speeds accessible to more customers than ever,” said Fared Adib, vice president-Product Development, Sprint. “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.”


Samsung Conquer 4G is built on Android™ 2.3 Gingerbread, powered by a 1GHz processor and offers Sprint ID and the blazing-fast Sprint 4G speeds on America’s Favorite 4G Network4. It features an enhanced 3.5-inch touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera with flash and zoom and 1.3-megapixel front facing camera enabling video chat while on-the-go. Other key features include:

  • Dual-Mode 3G/4G device – dependable 3G nationwide coverage and turbo-charged Sprint 4G speeds where available
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and GPS capable
  • MicroSD card slot that supports up to a 32GB memory card (2GB card included)
  • 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capable, supporting up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices on the Sprint 3G or 4G networks
  • Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Access to more than 250,000 apps through Android Market™


“Samsung Conquer 4G delivers the latest Android experience with best-in-class features, including a fast 1GHz processor, dual cameras for video chat and 4G network speeds, at an exceptional value,” said Dale Sohn, president of Samsung Mobile. “Conquer 4G continues Samsung’s commitment to delivering a quality smartphone experience at a variety of price points.”


Sprint ID delivers a variety of apps, widgets, shortcuts, ringtones and wallpapers designed to meet users’ specific mobile needs and interests in just a few simple clicks. Sprint ID packs are free to download with an Everything Data plan and users can download five at once – including E! (keep up with your favorite celebrities), Green (tips to live a greener lifestyle), MTV Music ID (mobile music experience), and Socially Connected (keep connected with friends on-the-go). To see all Sprint ID packs, visit www.sprint.com/sprintid.


Samsung Conquer 4G requires activation on one of the Sprint Everything Data plans plus a required $10 Premium Data add-on charge for smartphones. Sprint’s Everything Data plan with Any Mobile, AnytimeSMincludes unlimited Web, texting and calling to and from any mobile in America while on the Sprint Network, starting at just $69.99 per month plus required $10 Premium Data add-on charge – a savings of $39.99 per month vs. Verizon’s comparable plan with unlimited talk, text and 2GB Web, or $9.99 per month vs. Verizon’s 450-minute plan with unlimited text and 2GB Web. The Mobile Hotspot option is available for an additional $29.99 per month supporting up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously (pricing excludes taxes and surcharges).


Sprint was unbeaten among major wireless carriers for customer satisfaction according to results from the 2011American Customer Satisfaction Index. In addition to tying for first place among wireless carriers, Sprint was also the most improved company in customer satisfaction, across all industries, during the last three years, according to the survey.


As the first national wireless carrier to test, launch and market 4G technology, Sprint made history by launching 4G in Baltimore in September 2008. Sprint currently offers 4G service in 71 markets in 28 states. For more information, visit www.sprint.com/4G.


Sprint’s annual developer conference, now called the Sprint Open Solutions Conference, will be held Nov. 2-4, 2011, in Santa Clara, Calif. Throughout the three-day conference, developers, enterprises and entrepreneurs will learn about Sprint’s open enablement strategy, creating applications for 4G and 3D, enterprise machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, go-to-market strategies, approaches to make developers more profitable, and current Sprint tools and capabilities across devices, networks and platforms. For additional information and to register for the conference, visit http://developer.sprint.com/devcon2011.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Who cares? Bring the Galaxy S2!!!

  2. All i care about is Samsung + Sprint + Google making the user experience the best that it can possibly be when using Android OS. Looks like a solid phone under $100.

    1. $100 if you get your mail in rebate back.

  3. “The Mobile Hotspot option is available for an additional $29.99 per month”

    This isn’t illegal yet? Swear this is price gouging.

    1. Every Carrier charges for the Mobile Hotspot feature.

  4. SOB…I give up!!! Everytime I see the word Sprint in the headline it is NEVER followed by SGSII!

    1. At least you see info on Sprint.. There is never anything from Verizon. Waiting for the SGS2 as well..

  5. Where is my gingerbread for my Epic? Every phone is getting it and new phones are coming out with it. Why can’t they just send it to the Epic?

  6. No thanks! GSII please!

  7. Why did Sprint modify Gingerbread to look like Froyo?

  8. So basically its a sequel to the under performing transform with 4g…pass …gs2 ftw

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