Samsung Intercept (Moment 2) Images Leak

The first official looking images of the upcoming Samsung Intercept have found their way online.  Looking very much like last year’s Moment, the SPH-M910 Intercept is expected to arrive with (stock) Android 2.1 and feature a 3.2-inch touch display. Given Samsung’s track record, I imagine this will be an AMOLED display much like last year’s Moment.  Based on one of the images, the 4-row sliding QWERTY will be available with two color options (grey, pink).  The last we’ve heard, this phone will be landing on Sprint in the coming weeks, July 11th to be exact.  Look for more details to emerge ahead of an official announcement.

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  1. @jNat64
    June 29, 15:48 Reply

    I thought the Moment was a decent phone, this could grab some of the MT3G slide crowd, as well as offer a good and new android phone not handcuffed to the extra fees of the 4G.

  2. koolice
    June 29, 13:52 Reply

    Based on the notification bar, that does not appear to be stock android.

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