Samsung Intercept confirmed
July 8, 2010 | News | 3 Comments|
The Samsung Intercept with its sliding keyboard has been lurking around for some time now as a mid-range handset with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and higher resolution WVGA screen. The device will be competitive against the LG Ally, also a compact mid-range Android smartphone, and will feature a 3.2-megapixel camera and all the Android and Sprint support on a modern Sprint Android release, including Google service support, added Sprint apps, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, and optical joystick.
The Intercept will be in sale on July 11th for just under $100 on a two-year contract after rebates.
Is there a abstract of what’s totally different between the Intercept at Android 2.1 and the Second at Android 2.1? The hardware seems to be much the identical, though the slider keyboards are different. As a Moment owner, the Intercept leaves me dissapointed with Samsung as the Intercept seems to have a Android upgrade path whereas the just about identical Moment does not (left behind at 2.1).
The object is really useful, I only in the near past were given a Samsung Intercept thru Sprint. This is my 3rd strive at trying to upgrade a moderately outdated phone. I am hopeful approximately this telephone as it fastened numerous the issues that I skilled with the Moment. Before I make any major adjustments to the phone, I want to at least make certain that I can stay it for greater than a week, and so far, it is been going great =)
how do u hack the samsung intercept!!!!!