Samsung Replenish continues to be green-friendly even when it's coming in pink

Samsung Replenish continues to be green-friendly even when it's coming in pink
When a device is categorized as being environmentally conscious, sometimes they’re branded with this stigma of being available in one specific color to match their personality. However, as we’ve seen with Sprint’s Samsung Replenish, it’s currently available in two distinctive colors – onyx black and arctic blue.

Samsung Replenish continues to be green-friendly even when it's coming in pink
Well, now you can add raspberry pink to the list seeing that Sprint will begin selling the new colored paint job starting on Sunday, July 24th for the oh-so easy price of free with a 2-year contract. Naturally, some will appreciate the new color scheme, but more importantly, it still embodies all of the aspects of being a green phone with its recycled plastic shell, recyclable packaging, and optional solar charging panel.

Therefore, if you really want to stand out and show your love for the environment, then you might want to pick up the hot new color come this Sunday through Sprint – plus, it helps that it doesn’t require that usual $10 per month premium data charge that other handsets incur.

source: Sprint via Unwired View

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Replenish
  • Display 2.8" 240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP
  • Processor Qualcomm MSM7627-2, Single core, 600 MHz
  • Battery 1600 mAh

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4 Comments

1. curiousgeorge

Posts: 25; Member since: Nov 24, 2010

actually the ten dollar fee will apply to this color and the other 2 on the 24th of july. Sprint was waiving that fee until 7/24/11 although customers who have bought this phone prior to that date will still have the fee waived as they are grandfatherd in...still a great phone for ppl who dont need the power house phones and just want a nice physical keyboard with andoid

4. sorry george unregistered

Sorry curiousgeorge, purchasing the replenish in any color still waives the $10 Premium Data Fee. Its an ongoing promo that doesn't have an end date in sight as of the last Sprint Playbook While it doesn't have a very nice looking screen or solid build quality, its only $30 and certainly works better than the Trender, Rumor Touch, Incognito or Innuendo in same price range. Probably a good fit for younger sons or daughters on a parent's family data plan

5. curiousgeorge

Posts: 25; Member since: Nov 24, 2010

it does have an end date and it is 7/24/11..wait and see on sunday

2. cheeseycheeser

Posts: 413; Member since: Mar 24, 2011

Not bad if you get the $10 off. But tried it out in store, and seemed really crappy. Super stuttery. And a bad screen.

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