The Samsung Galaxy Reverb SPH-M950 Leaks In Sprint’s Direction
New Sprint model handsets have been showing up on the internet a lot lately. The merry month of May showed us a Sprint bound LG Eclipse 4G LTE LS970 as well as the QWERTY toting LG LS860 Cayenne. Of course more recently Sprint has also launched the likes of the HTC EVO 4G LTE as well as its fierce competitor the Galaxy S III. Today a new handset appears to be making its way to the now network. The Samsung Galaxy Reverb SPH-M950 has shown its face in a bit of leak that was exposed on Twitter this morning.
EV Leaks took it upon themselves to expose the Galaxy Reverb on their Twitter account, picture and all. Unfortunately for them, this leak got their Twitter account shut down. The Galaxy Reverb coincidently enough looks strikingly familiar to the recently leaked Verizon SCH-i200 Jasper model that was just full ousted, but alas, the Reverb seems to be a mid range device when compared to the Jasper. The leak of the Reverb and the Jasper push the rumor envelope a bit further as Samsung has recently started sending out press invitations for the companies’ next “Major” Galaxy announcement. Whether it’s a new Galaxy Note, or one of these two devices only time will tell, but for now let’s see what we know about the new Galaxy Reverb. Leaked via EVLeaks the Sprint Galaxy Reverb is a more than capable mid range device with a seemingly revamped Charge design. According to the leaks, the Reverb starts with a 4 inch WVGA touch screen that will most likely push a 480×800 pixel resolution at 233 pixels per inch. Internally the Reverb is said to carry a 1.4 GHz single core Qualcomm made MSM8655 chipset. Additionally we are lead to expect the Reverb to come packing 768 MB of RAM and 4 GB of built in storage. Around back a full 5 mega pixel camera with a few features and video recording. Up front a 1.3 mega pixel shooter is said to be present for all your video conferencing needs. All of this excellence will get its go from the power of Android version 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich. While its 4G LTE connectivity has been unconfirmed, it seems like a no brainer to us. Unfortunately however, the buck stops there on details. Intomobile.Com mentions they see this device being pushed by Sprint at a cost to end users at no more than $100 bucks and that sounds about right.
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