Hands-on with the Instinct s30
The Instinct stacked up fairly good against the competition in our touchscreen comparison last year, plus many useful upgrades have been coming out since then. It is quite a capable device that no doubt shielded Sprint admirably from iPhone defectors, and the s30 really lends color to the current line-up refresher despite its few drawbacks. We figure most power users will be holding up for the Dash that seems to be the real replacement of the Instinct. We do hope Sprint cuts down on the price of the s30 to make it more affordable, but there are a number of reasons to get excited over the fancy-tickling in-betweener. Stay tuned for our full review on the Samsung Instinct s30!
Samsung Instinct s30 specifications
2. rshackindian posted on 15 Apr 2009, 12:58 0 0
looks like a nice refresh. i hope it doesnt take place of the instinct, jus added another branch on the tree per-say.
3. DonLouie posted on 16 Apr 2009, 07:37 0 0
I wouldn't mind it replacing the original as long as it comes w/the 2gb sd card, 2 batteries, headset and DOrA
4. htsee posted on 16 Apr 2009, 09:18 0 0
from what the article says... it comes with 1 battery, a 1gb micro sd card, and is rev 0... it is lighter than the original, as its a little more plasticy... the upside is the opera browser, along with an improved api for developers...