Virgin Mobile is recently introduce new Android handset. It is made by Samsung and no, it is not the Galaxy S III. Instead of picking the 4.7″ Super AMOLED device, Virgin Mobile unveil Galaxy Reverb. Sounds quite unfamiliar for me, so i suggest you to not expect something special from this handset.
In terms of specs, Samsung Galaxy Reverb is currently run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is good. I mean, who knows that Samsung might decide to include it on their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update roadmap this year (or maybe not, judging by the rest of it specs). Deep under it’s surface, lies a 1.4GHz Snapdragon S2 processors. This handset also posses 4.0″ touch screen. I do not have any idea about it’s resolution or how much RAM and internal memory that it has. Probably you want to go to Virgin Mobile web page right now and find out more info about this, because i am not too interested at all.
However, i can tell you that Virgin Mobile is currently ask no less than $250 for Samsung Galaxy Reverb. Off course you don’t have to sign on any contract deal with that amount of money. Pre-order will start on August 29th, which mean that you can grab Galaxy Reverb directly from Virgin Mobile stores somewhere around August. But wait guys, this handset is only support for 3G network. Just in case if you’re asking whether it is compatible with Sprint’s 4G LTE network or not.tags: 3G, Android 4.0, Galaxy Reverb, Ice Cream sandwich, ICS, price, SAmsung, Specs, Virgin Mobile