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Sprint to roll out the 4G Samsung Galaxy S Pro in 2011

Even though most people are already delighted with the recently launched Unlocked HTC ( EVO 4G ) network, this has not stopped the carrier from already announcing plans to unveil another 4G phone next year. This phone is stated to be the Samsung Galaxy S Pro that will also have the ability of utilizing WiMax services. Set to be the second 4G carrier for Sprint, the Samsung Galaxy S Pro is packed with a neat set of features.

Similar to the Galaxy S, the Pro version will also have a QWERTY keyboard and a similar Super AMOLED display screen. Although nothing is certain as yet, it has been stated that the 4G Samsung Galaxy S Pro will have a 4 inch screen together with a 1 GHz processor and 5 MP camera that is equipped with an LED flash. Running 512 MB of RAM and Google’s android operating system, you can be certain that there will be numerous features attached to this handset. Codenamed Hummingbird, reports suggest that the processor of the 4G Samsung Galaxy S Pro should give three times the triangles per second of an iPhone 3GS. This is definitely something that gamers are going to love.

It also makes a lot of sense for Sprint to go about carrying the 4G Samsung unlocked  Galaxy S ( Pro )    as it will not jeopardize any sales of the EVO due to its full QWERTY keyboard. However, we also hope that the Galaxy S Pro has a much better battery life as compared to the EVO. Although Sprint is the only carrier in the United States with a 4G phone, many other networks, such as Verizon, are also planning on rolling out 4G services. In fact, Verizon has planned to release a minimum of five handsets next year compatible with 4G networks.

Frankly speaking, we are about to see an entire fleet of phones released soon that would be 4G compatible.

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