Sprint's Samsung Replenish focuses on its eco-friendly nature & vanishing $10 data charge

Sprint's Samsung Replenish focuses on its eco-friendly nature & vanishing $10 data charge
Knowing that you’re helping out the environment by picking up one of the eco-friendly devices on Sprint’s lineup, you might find some to be inadequate for your modern tastes – so that’s where Sprint’sSamsung Replenish comes to mind.

Yesterday, word traveled about Sprint announcing the device today, and right on cue, it’s announced as being the world’s first “green” Android powered device – literally! Naturally, some would associate green with Android, but in this case, it’s partially constructed out of recycled plastic to save the environment. Moreover, its eco-friendly nature is further supplemented by its recycled packaging and energy efficient charger. And if that’s not enough savings, you’ll be surprised to know that there is an added benefit with buying the handset – Sprint will actually wave its usual $10 per moth premium data fee; thus replenishing your very own pockets.

As for specs, it’s nothing spectacular, but considering its $49.99 on-contract cost and still rare portrait style QWERTY form factor, it can undoubtedly be appreciated by some people. Some of its features include a 2.8” QVGA touchscreen, 2-megapixel camera, 600MHz Qualcomm MSM-7627-2 processor, 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, and a 1,160 mAh battery.

source: Sprint via Android Central

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Replenish
  • Display 2.8 inches 320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP (Single camera) front
  • Hardware Qualcomm MSM7627-2 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage , microSDHC
  • Battery 1600 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3.6

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