Samsung M330 slides safely into Sprint

Samsung M330 slides safely into Sprint
With all of the attention that devices like the Touch Pro2 get, it is easy for a low price range device to quietly get launched by a carrier. An example of this is the Samsung SPH-M330, now available at Sprint. The handset is a vertical slider that uses T9 predictive text input that almost reads your mind to know what you are going to write to save you time while composing text messages. Threaded texting allows you to easily keep track of a conversation and using the voice dialing and speakerphone features will allow you to make hands-free phone calls. You can check your stock prices or sports scores with the web browser, running over a 3G connection where available.

Everything about this handset yells convenience. Taking pictures is a snap with the .3MP camera with 4x digital zoom. And the price couldn't be any easier on the 'ol wallet. At your local Sprint store, the device will cost you $50 after a $169.99 instant discount and with your signature on a 2 year contract. Order the phone online and the pin-dropping network will throw in another $50 discount to make the M330 free as long as you have signed that 2 year contract. Try getting a price like that on the Touch Pro2.

Samsung SPH-M330 Specifications

source: Sprint



1. Quemical

Posts: 162; Member since: Jul 14, 2009

"Taking pictures is a snap with the .3MP camera with 4x digital zoom" *Shudders*

2. Vlondril

Posts: 91; Member since: Aug 22, 2009

lol....epic fail.... XD

3. tigermcm

Posts: 861; Member since: Sep 02, 2009

WOW I thought it was a typo so I went to the specs and it still says 0.3 mp camera. In 2009 we still make 0.3mp cameras? When we started with pic phones was it higher then that?

4. theman10

Posts: 93; Member since: May 16, 2009

A ton of people don't even use the camera feature, and for them this is a great phone, it looks good, and is a basic phone.

5. 22ADin09

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 24, 2009

suprisingly there's a ton of phones with a .3 mp camera all over the place

6. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Pretty sure that not everyone needs a high megapixel camera on a phone. Especially if one owns a digital camera. Besides, cameras on phones are for quick snapshots. For a basic phone, a VGA camera is better than no camera.

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