Review: Samsung Moment
Samsung steps into the Android fray with its Moment. This bulky phone has a touch screen, real QWERTY keyboard and Wi-Fi. It earns passing marks on most fronts but we found a few low points, too.
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If you're a Sprint customer looking for an Android phone — and require a physical keyboard — the Samsung Moment offers an alternative to the HTC Hero. While it offers a keyboard and trick optical mouse pad, it lags on the software side of things. Whether or not you go with the Moment or Hero depends a lot on your personal preferences. Which type of user are you?
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Moment Vs. Hero
Hero = 5 MP Camera (No Flash)
Momemnt = 3.2 MP Camera (With Flash)
I prefer Flash
Hero = 7 Home Screens
Moment = 3
Advantage Hero... I suppose - 3's enough though
Hero = Touchscreen keyboard
Moment = Large physical keyboard
Advantage = Moment
... Overall I think the moment is a slightly better phone even though they are both solid.
No Moment Here.
i dont use all 7 screens of sense ui and honestly miss the hardware keyboard, even though this software one on the hero is really good..
I also like the idea of the flash on the cam despite the lower res, but the no auto rotate is annoying...
800mhz processor is rad, but with an odd 35mb less ram, it makes it seem almost redunant, but bein nakey android means maybe its compensated since the hero forever runs sense ui and other extra processes that the moment wont...
And its priced the same, so there will be no $chaching$ required for the switch
think i should use my 30 day ret...
PC Sync? SD Card transfer? Yahoo email sync? HELP!
When I plug in the patch cord supplied, there ins't a removeable file shown like with my instinct. Cannot access my yahoo email account like I could with my instinct. And my SD card does not transfer my music files from my instinct to the moment WTF????? CAN ANYONE CLEAR THIS MYSTERY UP?
None of the reviews mention if it has a media player capable of watching one's own video content, ie. tv shows, videos, and/or movies.