Doesn’t it look like I am starting to “make stuff up” by now? Yes, yet another leaked Sprint has risen to the surface.
By the next couple of months, the basic layout of the average Sprint retailer will probably involve an underground storage facility for all the frekin’ phones coming out! I necessarily think that it is not matter how many different phones a carrier offers, but how good just “one” device really is among the rest of the competitors.
Anyway, a recent tweet from “EV Leaks” has revealed the Galaxy Reverb, a low range, wallet-friendly device. The device is not impressive by any standards, but it does have that “Galaxy look” to it.
Here are some of the specs for the Galaxy Reverb:
- A 1.4GHz single-core processor
- 768MB of RAM
- 4GB of internal memory
- 4″ WVGA touchscreen, at “480 x 800″ pixels
- 5MP rear, and 1.3MP front-facing camera’s
- And a 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich build
According to Android Authority, the phone will likely be placed in the “$50-100″ category, under a two-year contract of course. It is almost certain to say this is a lower-end device, with the addition of a weaker processor and RAM.
What do you think about the “Reverb”? Maybe it is something you will buy for yourself, or even the kids? I would love to hear your comments.
[Via: Android Authority]