Samsung Moment (Sprint) Video
Live from CTIA Fall 2009, CNET's Kent German takes a First Look at the Moment, Samsung's first Android smartphone for Sprint.
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Samsung Moment (Sprint) Review
The good: The Samsung Moment has a bright display with a spacious keyboard. Productivity features are plentiful and call quality is clear.
The bad: The Samsung Moment's touch interface and controls were a little sluggish. The camera lacks editing features, call volume could be louder, and speakerphone quality was just average.
The bottom line: With its full keyboard and bright display, the Samsung Moment successfully rounds out Sprint's Android offerings.
Samsung Moment (Sprint) Specs
Part number: SPHM900ZKA
- Product Basic Spec