Wireless carrier Boost Mobile, a Sprint subsidiary, is gearing up for the launch of a new mobile phone from Samsung sometime in April, if the latest reports on the matter are to be believed.
Apparently, the wireless carrier is set to unveil the new device come April 5th, and there are great chances that the handset would sport the name of Samsung Galaxy Prevail.
and Samsung reportedly set a press conference in New York City for the aforementioned date, and rumor has it that the said device would be the main character at the event.
No official confirmation on this emerged for the time being, but various reports
, coming from different sources, apparently familiar with the matter, suggest that Boost and Samsung would indeed be on their way to making that announced.
Unfortunately, exact details on the availability of this device lack at the moment, though they might all be unveiled in less than two weeks from now.
Specific info on the specifications list of the new Samsung Galaxy Prevail was not unveiled either, though rumor has it that this device might rung under Google's Android 2.2 Froyo operating system.
Moreover, it has been suggested that the mobile phone would include a 3.2-megapixel photo snapper on the back when released, and that it would also sport a microSD memory card slot with support for up to 32GB of additional storage space.
Undoubtedly, the handset
would also come with the usual connectivity capabilities, a touchscreen display, and with the whole range of sensors that today's smartphones pack inside.
As for the price tag it might feature, word on the street is that it could go for around $250, but confirmation on this still has to emerge.
All in all, it appears that Samsung and Boost Mobile might soon bring a pretty appealing device to shelves, while making it available at an affordable price tag.
We'll take the info on Samsung Galaxy Prevail with a grain of salt for the time being, especially since some suggest
that Boost Might actually launch the Galaxy Pro, but we'll be looking for confirmation on it, so stay tuned to learn more on the matter.