Samsung Announces New Instinct for Sprint
Samsung today announced the Instinct S30, a successor to the Instinct. The Instinct S30 (model number SPH-M810) is more streamlined than the orginal, and will be available in two colors: "Cobalt Metal" and "Touch of Copper". The S30 will come with Opera Mini 4.2, calendar sync, IM, and an upgraded memory card slot supporting 32 GB cards. For data, the S30 has EVDO Rel. 0. Otherwise, the S30 is similar in size and specs to the original Instinct, including a 2-megapixel camera and threaded messaging. The S30 will also sport more advanced APIs for developers to create advanced Java applications, including APIs for multimedia, messaging, Bluetooth, Contacts, Calendar, and the filesystem. All of these APIs will be available on all future Sprint Java phones. The Instinct S30 will be availble April 19 for $129.99, with a 2-year contract, after $70 instant savings and $100 mail-in rebate.
Hands On with Samsung's Galaxy S5 Sport for Sprint
Sprint today revealed the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. Sitting somewhere between the standard S5 and the Active model, the Sport gives you physical keys and a distinctive design.
ZTE Max+ for Boost Bumps Up Specs
Boost Mobile today listed the new ZTE Max+ for sale on its web site. The spec bump improves the memory, processor, and battery compared to original Max.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport Exclusive to Sprint
Sprint today announced that it will offer the Galaxy S5 Sport, a variant of the Galaxy S5 with rubber grips and physical front buttons. The Sport includes fitness apps such as MapMyFitness with a free year of MVP service.
Galaxy S5 Mini Carries Over Most of Flagship's Features
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S5 mini, a smaller version of its 2014 flagship handset. The GS5 mini manages to include several of the GS5's main features, such as the heart rate monitor, water and dust resistance, fingerprint sensor, private/kid mode, and Ultra Power Savings Mode.
Wow. Only Rev0.?
Basically a refresh...
the only downside to this model is that it's EVDO REV.0.. bummer!
what's the point of a better browser with a slower connection???
actual "replacement" comes in the 3rd quarter
picture of the old and the new instinct's side by side!!!
I am not sure
i think the curved corners helped a lot..