Samsung Intercept: Affordable Android for Sprint
After a couple of high-end models, Sprint brings Android to the masses with the affordable Samsung Intercept.
Announced on Wednesday for
The Intercept will ship running Android 2.1 and also includes a 3.2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS. However, it will work only on Sprint's EV-DO Rev. 0 3G network. Carrier services, such as Sprint TV and Visual Voicemail, will also be available on the device.
The Samsung Intercept goes on sale July 11 in either gray steel or satin pink and will require an Everything Data plan, which start at $69.99 per month.