As we previously told you
, Sprint has launched today the sequel to the Samsung Moment-the m910 Intercept. The device is powered by Android 2.1
and unlike the Moment, there is a good chance that the handset will be upgraded to 2.2 sometime down the road. If you are seriously considering buying this model, there is a very important thing to take into consideration. As we noted in our previous story
, for some reason known only to the pin-dropping network, the Intercept uses Sprint's slower Ev-Do rev.0 network as opposed to the faster Ev-Do rev. A pipelines that Sprint has used since the launch of the original Instinct. This might slow things down a little on the newer device. After your signature is in place on a 2 year, Sprint Everything Data Plan-which starts at $69.99 per month-the Intercept costs $99.99. So if that Samsung Moment that you have been carrying around is a bit long in the tooth, or you just want an Android device that has a shot at being served Froyo (unlike the Moment), than no one will stop you from heading over to Sprint and picking up the Intercept.