Reviews and Problems with Samsung M910 / Intercept
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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 and web for $25 a month including 300 minutes, up to unlimited on all counts for $60 a month.
Excerpt: Thinking about purchasing the Samsung Intercept? While the phone does have some positives going for it there are some performance issues. Read our full review to find out if this is the device for you.
Review: Samsung Intercept (Sprint) – Android Hits The Mainstream
4 September 2010
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 of a high-end smartphone.
Summary: The Android platform is expanding at an exponential rate. From the occasional device here and there to a new phone every week, it's hard to keep track of the growth. In a sea of summer releases, the Samsung Intercept is one of the nicer mid-range devices I've worked with. The full QWERTY keyboard is roomy and perfect for typing, and it's yet another form factor for prospective buyers to consider.
Pros: Nice QWERTY keyboard; good battery life for an Android device.
Cons: Haptic buttons below touchscreen froze occasionally; device was laggy at times.
Summary: Using the
was a big drop down for me after using such high-end models as the Samsung Captivate. But something happened as I talked with others about this model. Many people remarked on just how much better ithe screen was than their current mobiles. And to be true, a 3-inch
with nice looking icons looks a lot better than some of the interfaces found in feature phones today.
The other aspect was the size of the Intercept and the keyboard.
Pros: Good keyboard, Loads of bundled software
Cons: Problems with buttons on front, A touch large
Excerpt: Click for a larger image. I have spent a few weeks trying out one of Sprint’s latest Android smartphones, the Samsung Intercept. The Samsung Intercept offers the true Android experience at an affordable price and is a great phone for those who like physical keyboards and do not wish to spend $199 or more on
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. Let’s start off by finding out what’s inside the box. Open the box and you will find: As far as the outer casing of the phone, the Intercept is aesthetically pleasing to the eye.