Samsung Moment to be replaced at Sprint by Intercept

Samsung Moment to be replaced at Sprint by Intercept
The Samsung Moment has gone as far up the Android ladder as it can go. There will be no Froyo for that device which basically means it is time for Sprint to find a new mid-range Android slider to add to its lineup. The Samsung Intercept (SPH-M910) will be that new model. In fact, when we first reported on the SPH-M910, we called it the Moment 2. Expected to launch on July 12th with Android 2.1 on board, a upgrade to 2.2 is a "high probability". With a 3.2 inch touchscreen, the Intercept won't make you forget the Epic 4G, but as a messaging device, it has exactly what you need. The handset features quick access to social networking sites like Facebook and Google's Voice Search will let you read out e-mails, texts and Facebook posts. Also featured on the phone will be Wi-Fi, GPS and an upgraded phone compared to what was on the Moment. We have no word yet on pricing, but would imagine that it wouldn't leave too much of a dent in your wallet.

source: SamsungHub



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