Samsung and Sprint Introduce the Instinct HD
Today Samsung and Sprint officially unveiled the Instinct HD. The HD builds upon the features of its predecessors and adds a 5 megapixel camera with 720p (1280 x 720 pixels at 30 fps) high definition video capture and playback via HD TV-out (720p via HDMI). It can also capture high-speed video at 80 fps at 480p resolution. Other improvements include the Opera Mobile 9.7 web browser, and Wi-Fi. It carries a bevy of sensors, including accelerometer, light sensor and proximity sensor. The Instinct HD can access Sprint's EVDO Rev. A 3G network, visual voicemail, Sprint TV and corporate email accounts. The Instinct HD will be available September 27 at Best Buy Mobile stores, and will hit Sprint retail outlets on October 11. It will cost $250 after rebates with new agreement.
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Sprint you just keep going dont you
wifi- really shouldn't need it with Rev-A unless you live in the boonies.
This phone looks like the real deal. Looks nice, nice specs. Lets just hope for a solid build on hardware so that it wont have any recalls.
wifi- really shouldn't need it with Rev-A
Sprint's last breath...
Sprint $50 x 1 = $50
AT&T $50 x 24 (2 year contract) = $1200
What the Instinct was meant to be.