Best Buy Goofs Up, Sells Intercept Early
Accidents do happen! Apparently the Samsung Intercept escaped a Best Buy Mobile booth a little sooner than its July 11th launch date. It seems a Best Buy Mobile employee sold the phone for $100 without realizing it hadn’t been launched yet. According to the reviewer’s Youtube video caption, he didn’t realize either and walked out with his brand new phone, a week early.
The SPH-M910 Intercept is certainly not going to be a powerhouse for Sammy like the upcoming Galaxy S line most likely will be, however, it seems like a solid, low end to mid range phone. Hit the video for a short introduction and walk through.
Is anyone planning on picking up a Samsung Intercept on July 11th?
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