Samsung Intercept Runs Android 2.1, $100 on Sprint Starting July 11

Sprint and Samsung have officially announced the availability of Samsung Intercept, a phone which runs on and has a full QWERTY keyboard, large touch-screen display and a premium social networking experience.

Samsung Intercept

Samsung Intercept has a 3.2 inch display, 3.2 MP camera which supports video and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Samsung Intercept also packs in several social networking apps and includes one touch picture posting to top social sites like and .

Samsung Intercept operates on the Sprint 3G network and also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The phone also has a integrated GPS navigation and accelerometer. The phone comes with a MicroSD card which can be expanded up to 32 GB. Sprint Wireless is the official carrier for Samsung Intercept and will start selling the device from July 11, 2010 at a retail price of $99.99 (excluding taxes). More info and details about pricing and data plans can be found in the official Sprint press release here.

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