Summary: Long battery life and amazing camera for the price. no lock button when on the phone seems to be the only negative i have found so far. Is in great shape n every dollar spent was well worth it. the cover selection is minimal but still have decent ones to choose from for this phone. over all not a bad product.
Summary: This device was released in November of 2009, and only works with Sprint. The main feature about this device is that it has a touchscreen with a physical Qwerty keyboard. Other features of the Moment are: -Instant access to wireless hot spots -Full web browser experience -3.2 Megapixel Camera and Camcorder -3.5mm audio jack on top -3G Data, GPS navigation, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
Use this as a last resort until you can afford a better Cell Phone!
17 January 2013
Summary: Seriously, this is a VERY fabulous phone......but: >Sprint NO LONGER supports this phone with any updates at all!! >Sprint NO LONGER offers this phone in it's selections of offers! >Sprint values the used phones at $5 ONLY! These phones that are over $50 (for Sprint Service) is too high a cost for a Company to no longer support, but will still allow to be used with it's service. If you buy Insurance (as you should for ANY Cell Phone) and it breaks.....
Excerpt: The touch screen is fun for games, but I may as well not have it as much as I am able to use it since the phone barely works. From my understanding it’s not the Android platform, but more this family line of phones. This model isn’t made, but there was another one that looked just like it that is also not made either. If you are considering an Android phone, I would suggest looking some reviews of other Android based phones and avoiding the Moment and it’s successors.
Samsung Moment is a amazing phone. It is a like Volvo mobile.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I did not have a touch screen phone before Samsung Moment. I got it for my Sprint account. And I love it. It is so amazing. I think my boyfriend calls it the IPhone killer. One bad thing about it is the battery goes low if you suck the battery up using apps and don't close them when you done with them. But after that is it is amazing. Search google with it. How cool is that?
Barely good enough, wish I would have waited for version 2.0
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This phone is nice but not worth it compared to the other androids out there. It is pretty much the standard model lol. I have to add apps to do simple functions that the hero comes out of the box doing. Not to mention a lot of the apps dont fully work with it because it is not on version 2.0 which Sprint and Samsung have been claiming they were going to for a very long time now. The battery doesnt last long when you use most of the functions and the apps have the...
Excerpt: This phone is amazing. It has endless apps for free. It is great for texting. Has a big screen and not too bulky. I would suggest this phone for anyone who wants a fun, reliable and great phone. I love it...... Anyone who buys this phone would be satified completely...
Excerpt: The phone is ok. I love the Android system, but something in the phone or processor makes it freeze a lot and force close a lot. Battery life isn't that great either. Considering another Android phone.
Excerpt: This phone is the best phone I have had by far. I love all of the features it has, there is a large amount of free apps to use as well. The only thing about this phone I don't like is that while on the phone when holding it to my shoulder to talk my ear pushes buttons on the touch scree. Minus that small dislike I can say I reccomment this phone to all my friends looking for a new phone.
Excerpt: I bought the Sprint Moment in the Spring, before the Evo and other smart phones were out. I love the droid technology, but the Moment is just "ok". The touch screen is VERY sensitive, I always put myself on mute, or hang up on people while I have them on the line. The phone is not very durable, it seems to scratch easily, and I am already having trouble with the usb port for the phone charger.