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.
Summary: Let me first talk about the strength of this phone.
Pros: Keyboard has raised keys for easy typing., Headphone and charging jack have covers for protection., Clear calls., Good speakerphone., Trackpad is responsive., Indestructible for the two years I've owned it., Flash is bright and good for far off shots.
Cons: Sluggish., Stuck on older OS, doesn't offer new apps., Wi-fi is shoddy., Carrier is sluggish, but will work; the next day., Battery dies (With task manager, and brightness at min.), Lots of pocket dialing., The light sensor for the dialer screen is bad.
Summary: Its a great phone, other than battery life being so short, this phone has completed every task I've needed and games are fun too. The apps run a little slower than the iPhone and the Android software seems like a down grade from the one in the EVO4, but is still really good for its price. I can't find a better phone for $40.
Excerpt: I can't wait to get rid of this phone at the end of my contract. It's incredibly slow, buggy, it crashes constantly, or freezes. Internet is painfully slow, and the gps only works about 20% of the time, and when it does it's about 2 miles off. I feel like they pawned this phone off on me because it wasn't selling. It was great at first but... after about a month or so it started becoming totally unreliable.
Cons: unreliable GPS, VERY slow UI and internet, crashes/freezes multiple times daily
Excerpt: i have had this phone for six months and im getting an epic for Christmas. i hate the way it freezes and takes forever to do simple things like open the dialer. when i slide it sometimes it stays rotated. it sopossed to have and 800mhz processor, but it acts like its a 1mhz processor.
Pros: nice display, looks nice
Cons: freezes too much, takes to long to do simple task's, just dont like the lag's of this phone
Summary: I recently bought 4 of the Samsung Moment's. At first they seemed to be very cool phones with the Android operating system and lots of apps. reception is not as good on this phone as it was on many of the other sprint phones I have owned. My phone makes a loud hissing sound from the rear speaker and wont ring this is after 3 weeks use. My oldest son's phone is slow and unresponsive and it freezes occasionally. The other two phones are working fine.
Excerpt: First off, I am no phone expert, but I have had my Samsung Moment for a little over a year now. I can describe my experience with this phone a little like a relationship: It has definitely had its ups and downs. My Samsung Moment has its good days and its bad, but overall I have found it a good phone to have and use. Description It is only fitting to first start with a description of the phone.
Pros: Slid - out Keyboard, Android, and the Marketplace