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.
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.
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: Last year I got the samsung moment and i thought it was the coolest thing for a couple days then it started having connective issues with sprint and it stopped working...so i had to go in every couple of months and have them fix it. it has some good features though the compact qwerty keyboard works great and the homescren is really easy to navigate. dadly when you use the camera or camcorder aps it takes over 50 seconds to load them and the flash is really annoying..
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.
Excerpt: The Samsung Moment has an appealing appearance. It's touch screen capability is fun, easy and convenient. If you don't want to use the touchscreen all the time, there is a pad on the front of the phone used for scrolling to and selecting items. For those who prefer the keypad textng to the touchscreen texting there is a slide out keyboard which is a great feature. The Moment is equpped with "Market" where you can downland endless applications, games, etc.
Excerpt: I was so excited when I finally decided on what Android phone I wanted. I had read tons of reviews when the moment came out. All and all I am still happy with it, but it does have a few bugs. One of the first things that bothered me is the fact that you have to jump through hoops to set different message tons (IE: one for text, one for missed call, etc, etc). And for missed texts and calls, there is no continuing notification.
Excerpt: I started out liking the Samsung Moment SPH-m900 quite a bit. It has its pull out keyboard that took some time to get used to but when I did, I was typing away faster than I ever did on my Blackberry. The reason I switched was because the Blackberry has its horrible internet browser and the android phone, thanks to google, has a great one. The phone, however, started to slow down on me a month into use.
Love the phone as long as it does what its supposed to do!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Let me start of by saying this was my first touch screen cellphone and it was an adjustment at first getting used to how sensitive the "buttons" were. At least it has a keyboard option that was used many times at first when I kept touching the wrong letters. This phone really does it all and did it all at first but the more I got on the internet and the more I used it, it would freeze up and the bettery wouldn't charge all the way.
The Samsung Moment is great when it's not glitching
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Samsung Moment is a good phone with a couple of problems. I have read other people have had these problems too. At times it will not make calls and it turns out it's because it thinks it's in airplane mode. When you turn airplane mode off it still thinks it's in airplane mode... I was able to get around it by just rebooting, but at times that can be a pain or impossible. Other than that it's fine.