Reviews and Problems with Samsung M910 / Intercept
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Review: Samsung Intercept (Sprint) – Android Hits The Mainstream
29 July 2014
Excerpt: A few weeks ago, Samsung was kind enough to send us an Intercept for review. While it may not be of Galaxy S caliber, it’s not intended to be. Rather, it’s more so aimed at the feature phone crowd – those who want something more powerful than a feature phone, but maybe not all the bells and whistles...
Summary: That's fine, if you want a smartphone with all the bells and whistles -- and don't mind paying for it. But you do have another option in the Samsung Intercept. This full-featured Android smartphone may lack the flash found on some of its higher-profile rivals, but it's still a very capable device --...
Excerpt: Mid-range devices may not be the sleekest or most powerful phones on the market, but they constitute an important niche for individuals who want all of the features and functionality of a smartphone, but who don’t want to spend over $200 to get it.
Samsung Intercept Review: Good Phone + Cheap Data = Winner
16 November 2010
Excerpt: For the most part getting a smartphone has always meant high up front costs and an expensive data plan. While the data plan pricing of carriers has come down some over the past year, most of them still can’t compare in price to Virgin Mobile’s Beyond Talk Plan which provides Unlimited texts, data...
Excerpt: First, we’d like to thank Samsung for providing this device for a review period so that we are able to reach out to the community and let you guys know what we think of the device compared to other Android phones out on the market. So let’s get started.
Excerpt: Samsung’s Intercept is designed to rival iPhone 3GS at the $99 price point. Hit read more for to see us unbox the new, budget Android smartphone, and we’ll follow up with our first impressions shortly.
Conclusion: The Samsung Intercept offers a newer version of the Android OS and loses the excessive version of TouchWiz found on the Samsung Moment. Beyond that, the Intercept isn't an upgrade at all. In fact, the Moment has a better display and an equal camera.
Pros: Android 2.1 and a hardware keyboard., Android OS 2.1 with all the Google goodies. Solid build and decent looks.
Cons: Bland display, oddball resolution., Display is grainy and not super touch responsive. Odd resolution. Sometimes bogs down.
Summary: For consumers looking to upgrade from a feature phone and dip their toes into the Android waters, the Samsung Intercept is a decent choice. Just remember that, as a $99 device, it's not going to have any of the bells and whistles of, say, the $199 Evo 4G.