Well, at least this Samsung phone is getting updated to Froyo. Pre-paid wireless provider Virgin Mobile announced via Twitter that the Intercept, an 800 Mhz landscape slider that launched at Target stores last fall, will be upgraded to Android 2.2 “sometime this spring.”
Virgin Mobile officially announced the availability and pricing of the Samsung Intercept today. The Intercept will retail at Target Stores for a $249.99 price tag and should make it out to other retailers by mid-October. Hit the jump for the full press release.
Yesterday Sprint formally announced the next chapter in their Android saga with the entry-level Samsung Intercept. The phone, which runs $99 after $100 mail-in rebate, is essentially the follow up to last year’s Moment. Features include a 3.2-inch touch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and a …
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 …
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 …
Sprint customers looking beyond this week’s EVO 4G release are advised to mark their calendar for July 11th. If the latest leak holds up, this will be the day Sprint releases both the Motorola i1 and Samsung Intercept.
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