Samsung Intercept to replace the Samsung Moment on Sprint

June 30, 2010, By Thomas Antony

According to SamsungHub, the new SPH-M910 or Samsung Intercept will be replacing the Samsung Moment handset on Sprint. The Intercept will sport a 3.2-inch touchscreen like the Moment, along with a slideout QWERTY keyboard.

The Samsung Intercept will run on Android 2.1, and there is also a possibility that it may ship with Android 2.2 on it, if it is ready by that time. The new device will otherwise be mostly similar to the one it is replacing.

Though not much is known of the new smartphone as of now, it is expected to pack the same 800MHz chip found in the Samsung Moment. Also present should be WiFi, GPS, an upgraded camera and a microSD card slot. The Samsung Intercept also features new social network integration features which will allow quick access to social networking sites such as Facebook.

The handset is expected to become available at Sprint on July 11.

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