Samsung Instinct HD gets pricing and release date... still unofficial

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Samsung Instinct HD gets pricing and release date... still unofficial
The Samsung Instinct HD for Sprint that many users are eagerly anticipating may be released on September 27, with a price tag of somewhere between $99 and $149. This information was reported by PhoneDog yesterday. This is all great, since it finally sheds some light on when we’ll actually get this thing (if it is really coming out on Sep 27 that is). However, the problem is that the leaked product description mentions it will be able to “record and play videos in Hi-Res.” Hey, this thing was supposed to offer HD video capturing! Or was it? Nobody has made any promises, so we guess we’ll just have to cross our fingers and hope this “Hi-Res” will turn out to be more like Hi-Def. Check out these leaked photos too!

Samsung Instinct HD Preliminary Specifications

source: PhoneDog



1. 22ADin09

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 24, 2009

i've seen this phone. i'd rather be more hyped about the instinct q. yup

2. tokuzumi

Posts: 1929; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

It will be between this and the Hero, as I'm sure if Sprint releases the Diamond 2, it will be ridiculously expensive, like the TP2. It will probably go down to the web browsing experience. the HD will have opera mobile, which will re-format the text based on how far zoomed in or out you are on the page. The webkit browser on the Hero does not do this. But the Hero will have flash support, which I don't know if the HD will ever have. It will depend on how much the Sprint Titan development kit takes off, and developers are able to make some real apps for the phone.

3. cjmorgan00

Posts: 5; Member since: Sep 14, 2009

Instinct Q is what have been wondering about. Which will be better W or Hero. only time will tell, I have pre but have been eaitin g for some must needed updates too long ang with Androide 1.6 coming out, yes i know what 1.2 is coming for webos but I also want an android

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