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Samsung Intercept SPH-M910

alaTest has collected and analyzed 954 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design and GPS navigation. The camera and usability also get good comments. The features and screen get critical reviews. There are mixed views on the connectivity and sound.

value for money, usability, camera, GPS navigation, design

responsiveness, reliability, screen, features

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Samsung Intercept SPH-M910 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Samsung Intercept (Virgin Mobile)

 

Virgin Mobile USA has a handful of higher-end cell phones and smartphones on its prepaid roster, but the Samsung Intercept is the carrier's first Android offering. The Intercept is no stranger to the United States, having arrived three months before on...

The Samsung Intercept is a solid first foray for Virgin Mobile into Android territory. The phone brings with it a 3.2-megapixel camera, a great QWERTY keyboard, 32GB expandable memory, and the Android 2.1 OS

Photo quality on the Intercept could be stronger, the screen could be larger, and the dimensions could be sleeker. We found the optical touch pad too small to be truly useful

The Samsung Intercept is one of the most advanced and priciest phones for Virgin Mobile, but it's an excellent addition to the carrier's lineup.

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Samsung Intercept SGH-M910 (Sprint)

 

As you have probably noticed, Android smartphones have taken the market by storm. Most of the buzz has been around glossy, gigahertz "super-phones," but the new Samsung Intercept SGH-M910 offers much of the same power for just $99 up front and a lower...

Runs Android 2.1. Large QWERTY keyboard. Plenty of multimedia features. Good value

Small, cramped touchscreen. Lacks EV-DO Rev A support. No voice dialing over Bluetooth. Somewhat sluggish

The Android 2.1-powered Samsung Intercept isn't particularly memorable, but it's a solid choice for smartphone buyers looking for a budget pick.

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Samsung Intercept (Sprint)

 

This $99 Android phone offers a comfortable keyboard and good features for the price, but you'll make some trade-offs.

For consumers looking to upgrade from a feature phone and dip their toes into the Android waters, the Samsung Intercept is a decent choice. Just remember that, as a $99 device, it's not going to have any of the bells and whistles of, say, the $199 Evo...

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Samsung Intercept (gray steel, Sprint)

 

Almost a year after the release of the Samsung Moment, Samsung is finally adding more Android phones to the Sprint lineup. Though most data-hungry professionals might want to wait for the Samsung Epic 4G (which is also one of Samsung's Galaxy S series...

The Samsung Intercept has Android 2.1, a 3.2-megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, a colorful display, and a great QWERTY keyboard. Call quality is good

The Samsung Intercept's task manager can be a bit sluggish at times, and the photo quality could be improved

The Samsung Intercept is a suitable Android alternative for Sprint customers on a budget.

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Samsung Intercept Review

 

IntroductionSamsung is at it again, and they're expanding their Android horizons by focusing on more than one demographic.  Hot off the Galaxy S announcements a few weeks ago, the mid-range ...

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Samsung Intercept Review

 

Though it may be overshadowed by another popular device on Sprint shelves, the Samsung Intercept is an important point in the carrier's relationship with Android. The first three devices (HTC Hero, Samsung Moment and HTC EVO 4G) were all premium...

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Samsung Intercept Review

 

Learn more about the Samsung Intercept from Sprint. This phone similar to the Moment but has enough improvements to mark its own territory in the wireless landscape. Our review found some potential drawbacks as well. Learn more in the full article.

Normally the Intercept would be an fine mid-tier device, missing the performance and the polish of the best phones, but still a step up from the free devices. Unfortunately with a $99.99 price point, there are many similar and better devices for the...

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Unboxing: Samsung Intercept for Virgin Mobile

 

Eleven photos of the entire unboxing and booting of the Samsung Intercept, the first 3G prepaid Android phone in America.

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Review: Samsung Intercept From Sprint

 

To say that Android has invaded and, frankly conquered, Sprint would be an understatement of epic proportions.  It seems like every other day, the giant yellow carrier announces another Android based phone.  Not long ago, we had an opportunity to check...

I have to say that I was much more impressed by this phone that I expected to be.  I have reviewed Samsung phones in the past, and not always been thrilled by what I found.  I really think Samsung has come into its own with this one, correcting many of...

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Samsung Intercept Review

 

Sprint is now offering this model for $100 with a two-year contract and after a $100 mail-in rebate

Good keyboard ; Loads of bundled software

Problems with buttons on front ; A touch large

For those needing the basics with ability for personalized flair, the Intercept should break into anyone's mobile field