Samsung Intrepid (Sprint) Video
At CTIA Fall 2009, Samsung introduced a new Windows Mobile 6.5-based QWERTY smartphone for Sprint, the Samsung Intrepid. Take a look at what it has to offer.
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Samsung Intrepid (Sprint) Review
The good: The Samsung Intrepid ships with Windows Mobile 6.5 and includes Microsoft's Tellme voice-activated service. The world phone features a touch screen, an easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard, and upgraded camera. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 3G are all onboard.
The bad: Keyboard feels a bit cheap. The smartphone has a lower resolution screen than competitors.
The bottom line: While not the flashiest smartphone on the block, the Samsung Intrepid offers Sprint customers an affordable and solid messaging world phone.
Samsung Intrepid (Sprint) Specs
Part number: SPHI350DLS
- Product Basic Spec