Good phone, especially for the money. Battery life is the only downfall.
20 April 2011
Summary: Good solid phone. Good reception, I've had very few dropped calls. Overall the phone is very sturdy and has worked above my expectations. Runs latest version of Android, but does not support Flash, so some games may not work. My only negative is the battery life. With what I consider normal usage (a few phone calls, some internet, and app usage) I get 10-12 hours of battery life. By the end of the day my phone is completely dead on most days.
Summary: Being a former mobile phone sales person and avid geek it takes quite a bit to impress me electronically. Samsung has had quite a good reputation for having well made phones and intuitive designs. This slider touch screen android phone hits the spot for versatility and value. The start up and activation process is a breeze as well as learning to navigate the phone's android interface.
Summary: I ordered the Samsung Intercept phone(spH m910)on Sunday 04/03/11 and it was here by Wednesday 04/06/11. By far, this is the best phone I've had in a long time. There are lots of apps and functions, so you'll never get tired of it. It is very easy to navigate and the qwerty keyboard is awesome! All the keys on the keyboard are big enough for your fingers and they're flat for an easy slide in and out.
Summary: The Intercept is a functional phone for someone on a budget, but that's the only time I could even consider recommending this phone to someone. Pros: The phone runs Android 2.2, which is the latest version of Android that most phones are running, can handle a MicroSD card up to 32GB, has a hardware Keyboard, and is comfortable to hold, not being too large, and has a soft touch finish.
Great Phone.....tons of features.....perhaps too many
20 March 2011
Summary: I love everything about this phone....except the battery life. After 8 hours of light to moderate use the battery is completly drained. I think maybe since Virgin Mobile uses a......shall I say "stripped down" version of the phone the battery life is another place where they "cut corners".
Summary: I love this phone! I already have an internet tablet (Android) so it was a cinch to set up and navigate. It's the best of both worlds having a touchscreen and qwerty to work with. I use it as an mp3 player and store all my photos in it as well, plus it has a 3.2 megapixel camera/video camera, making it a useful multimedia device. I expanded my storage with an 8GB micro SD card. There are a slew of apps you can download from the installed market.
Summary: When i bought this phone,The Virgin Mobile Samsung Intercept is by far the best phone out there in the prepaid division right now you cannot go wrong with this phone! Its loaded with features and stability from the awesome qwerty keyboard and touch screen to the ability to download applications from the Android market. The call quality is amazing and I have not yet had a drop call.
Summary: Pros: Android, much better than Iphone, lots of apps, full qwerty keyboard. Cons: Likes to freeze up from time to time when you're running too many apps, also battery life isn't all that great. Very decent for the price...
Summary: I think that it is a very good phone for Virgin Mobile. Its one of the first Smartphone they have to offer. So of course you cant really expect so much from it. I had a hard time working with the camera when i first got it.. It would get stuck but i fixed it. It does have a problem though with getting stuck. I have to turn it off and on everyday at least 3 times a day.
Summary: Love the phone! It's on the Droid market so I enjoy playing all the games and it has tons of apps, games, and gadgets to choose from. This particular model phone comes in pink which is my favorite color. Features a slide qwerty keyboard or a qwerty touch screen keyboard, and voiceprompts for typing and call/search commands. only complaint would be the battery life is too short, but that is to be expected with any smartphone, my advice would be just to buy a car charger!