Sprint to launch the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE on September 16

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We already heard about the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE for quite some time now but throughout the whole time, there was no solid word coming from Sprint regarding the device. We’ve seen the handset in various leaks and training materials but it is only recently that Sprint finally took the initiative to make the device official.

That’s correct folks, the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is now as official as it can get after Sprint has finally announced the addition of the handset to its lineup Android-powered, LTE-supporting smartphones. The carrier also confirmed that the handset will hit the shelves of Sprint on September 16 and will come with a $99.99 price tag attached to it after a $50 mail-in rebate. Of course, it is a given that you will be made to sign a new two-year contract with the carrier if you want to take advantage of the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE at its carrier-subsidized price point.

Because of the relatively affordable price point of the handset, you might be thinking that the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is one of those dumb phones that don’t have many bells and whistles in its chassis. The truth is the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is the exact opposite of that. In fact, even if the price point of the handset is geared towards the midrange category, its resume tells a different story and you’d be led to believe that the handset is a high-end smartphone for that matter.

The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE will ship with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich for its operating system and this will draw power from the QualComm MSM8960 SnapDragon chipset found in the internals of the device. This SoC brings a dual-core Krait processor clocked at 1.2 GHz and a full gigabyte of RAM to support its processor so you can be certain that the performance of the handset will always be snappy and buttery smooth. In addition to that, the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE also has a dedicated Adreno 225 graphics processing unit which will come in handy whenever the handset is faced with a messy graphical situation.

In terms of its storage space, the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE only comes with a rather measly 4GB of onboard memory to help keep costs down. On the upside, the handset comes with a dedicated microSD card slot for memory expansion so the measly internal memory of the handset should be too much of an issue here. As for its display, the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE comes with a 4.0-inch TFT panel with a resolution of 480 x 800 while its camera department is comprised of a rear 5MP shooter capable of recoding 720p clips and a front-facing 1.3MP video call and self-portrait camera.

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