Yet another new device has leaked out over Twitter, and this time it's Samsung's Galaxy Reverb (aka the SPH-M950), which will reportedly be coming to Sprint. The news comes courtesy the @evleaks Twitter account — which has since been taken offline — and purports that the mid-range smartphone will feature a 4-inch WVGA display, a 1.4GHz MSM8655 processor, 756MB of RAM, and both a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera and a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera. It will also reportedly run Ice Cream Sandwich, though other than that details are slim — most notably there's no word on price or availability. Of course, the Reverb isn't the first device leaked by the @evleaks account — last week it outed the Samsung Jasper on Verizon, and just today came word of LG's new Motion 4G on MetroPCS.
Samsung's mid-range Galaxy Reverb for Sprint revealed in leaked image
Samsung's mid-range Galaxy Reverb for Sprint revealed in leaked image/
An image of an ICS device called the Samsung Galaxy Reverb has leaked on twitter, though it's unclear when the device will be available, or for how much.