For a long time, rumors about the device were silent. Phandroid notes that while "the standard Galaxy S has been making its rounds drawing closer to a release, news of the Pro version subsided and many thought it might never happen."
Engadget wrote that the phone has "WiMAX support and a front-facing cam -- basically, the QWERTY answer to the EVO 4G (and this one's presumably got a Super AMOLED display, to boot)."
As for the phone's appearance, I noticed, as well as Engadget, that the Galaxy S Pro "doesn't look exactly like a standard Galaxy S with a keyboard grafted on, so we're not sure how confident we are that the "Galaxy S Pro" name is going to stick by the time it hits retail"
The picture above confirms that the device is indeed the Galaxy S Pro, and will be able to access Sprint's 4G network sporting a 5 MP camera with LED flash. Those that were interested in the Galaxy S, but were yearning for a version with a QWERTY keyboard just got a whole new reason to reconsider the Galaxy S Pro.
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