Still no official word from Sprint or Samsung
Sources have leaked an internal document from Sprint showing the Samsung Conquer 4G will launch on July 24. The Conquer 4G is believed to be the name given to the SPH-D600. Samsung had briefly posted a product page for the handset, which will use a 3.5-inch 320x480 display, a 1GHz processor, and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera and 3.2-megapixel primary sensor.
Handset supports CDMA over current iDEN spectrum
Corroborating earlier reports, Samsung briefly posted details of its upcoming Conquer 4G handset. Although the company quickly pulled the Conquer page from its website, the listing confirmed a number of leaked specs. The Android-based device, which is headed for Sprint, will enable users to take advantage of WiMAX connectivity, along with the carrier's 800MHz spectrum that will eventually be reallocated for CDMA instead of iDEN.
Device detailed in another leak
Samsung's SPH-D600 handset, a QWERTY slider detailed in a recent leak, will allegedly arrive at Sprint branded as the Conquer 4G. The latest information, provided to Pocketnow by an unnamed source, corroborates the initial leak, pointing to a range of specs with a mix of features from the top and bottom of the Android crowd.