Excerpt: Review of the features and design of the Samsung Moment. There were some hiccups when the phone was released but a new software version has corrected a number of the issues, unfortunately a brick-like design cannot be corrected by a software update.
Summary: The Samsung Moment performs well, and boasts one of the brightest touchscreens on any phone. However, it’s the least exciting Android device to use. It runs outdated software, and the similarly priced HTC Hero on Sprint offers the highly customizable Sense user experience and a better 5-MP camera. The only reason we’d recommend the Moment over the Hero is if you absolutely need a physical keyboard.
Pros: Beautiful AMOLED display, Zippy processor, Good Web browsing experience, Lots of apps, Good call quality,
Cons: Bland interface, No multitouch support, Awkward keyboard, Bulky,
Excerpt: The spec sheet suggests that the Samsung Moment, available on Sprint in the USA should be one of the best Android -powered handsets out there, with its AMOLED screen, fast processor and the "now" network. But can its specs live up to the dream? Read on to find out.
Pros: AMOLED screen, speed, simplicity will appeal to the inner geek in you
Cons: Design, slide-out keyboard, lack of customisation