As we reported
, the Samsung Intercept will be launching soon as the successor to the Samsung Moment for Sprint. Instead of July 12th, the handset will be released a day earlier which is this coming Sunday. With a signed two-year contract, the handset costs you $99. The device has a focus on the social networking sites and a highly upgraded 3.2
inch screen that features 240x400 pixels resolution. Android 2.1
will be powering the device at launch with a possibility of an upgrade to 2.2 later on. Potential buyers should note that according to the fine print, the Intercept runs on the slower Ev-Do rev.0 network which has been rarely used since the Sprint Instinct pioneered use of the faster rev.A pipeline back in 2008.