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Samsung Intercept leaks, set to replace the Moment

updated 04:15 pm EDT, Tue June 29, 2010

Samsung Intercept to replace Moment at Sprint

The Samsung Moment at Sprint will soon be replaced by the just-leaked SPH-M910, or Intercept. The new device will sport a 3.2-inch touchscreen display and sport Bluetooth 2.1, along with a slide-out hardware QWERTY keyboard. There will also be quick access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Android 2.1, with the possibility of Android 2.2 shipping on the device instead.

Google's Voice Search will let users speak out texts, e-mails and Facebook posts. There will be a camera with video recording functionality, though its resolution has not been revealed. It's unknown whether Wi-Fi or GPS will be included.

The handset is expected to become available at Sprint on July 11. [via SamsungHub]









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