Sprint Samsung Moment SPH-M900 Android Smartphone

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The 3.2 inch super AMOLED display of the Samsung SPH M900, with 320 x 480 pixels resolution, displays incredibly clear and vibrant images. With touchscreen capability and auto landscape to portrait rotation, this Samsung Smartphone makes viewing easy. Offering instant access to Wi-Fi hotspots, this cell phone lets you connect to the internet with ease. Featuring a 3.2 MP camera, this Samsung smartphone captures amazing pictures with clarity and detail. The optical joystick, on this cell phone, makes it easy to navigate through menu options. The Micro SD card slot of the Samsung SPH M900 makes space for extensive data storage.

Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.6 inches, 2.1 inches, 0.5 inches
  • Weight: 2.88 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: AMPS

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.1 x 0.5 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002TX6XH0
  • Item model number: Moment
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

Great Phone, know the waters you get into with Android

7 people found this helpful.
 on January 17, 2010
By CDF
I bought this for my mother to replace a Blackberry which she HATED. Where the Blackberry had everything buried in sub-menu after sub-menu, the Moment and its Android OS leaves most options in easy to locate places. The slide out keyboard is an exceptional feature which feels much easier for texting than a touchscreen keyboard.

Fantastic!

6 people found this helpful.
 on December 8, 2009
By Barry DeLong
The screen is on the Moment is amazing! For a converged device, this is easily the best and most complete I’ve tried. (phone, web, GPS, camera, camcorder, TV, music (mp3 and radio), email including push w/ Moxier, etc)

Nice phone

3 people found this helpful.
 on December 21, 2009
By C. Weese
This is the best phone I’ve ever owned. I don’t see why anyone would rate it bad on anything. People said it lagged, when I got my phone it never lagged. People said the battery didn’t last long, I use the freak out of the phone and it stays charged longer than I wish it would. It is still charged after being on for the whole day.

Best ‘Sprint’ Android Phone!

3 people found this helpful.
 on February 11, 2010
By D. Rainwater
Pros: I researched all of the Android phones. My favorite would be the Motorolla Droid, however, I did not want to pay more for a service with Verison. With that being said, my review is the following: The Samsun Moment price on Amazon cannot be beat! Here its 429 when Sprint itself would sell if for no lower than 550 without service contract extension! Second, I compaired the android network to the IPOD network. I own an IPOD Touch and before I knew it, I spent well over 100 dollars buying applications. On the Android network, most of the very same type applications are FREE!!! My guess would be that 90 percent of the applications on the Android network are free, and those that do charge are so little in cost that it wouldn’t be an issue! so yes, you will save a great amount of money using the Android Market vice the IPOD network. Third, with an 800 Mhz processor, it is very fast and does not slow down like my other phones I have owned (i.e. Microsoft OS phones). Forth, even if you get the covers and protection cases (ofwhich I did), all you have to pay with sprint per month is $ 4.00 a month for a Maintenance cost to cover a complete replacement if it breaks! No 50 dollar deductable, and no limit on replacements. fifth, the look and feel of this bad boy is awesome! It is very durable, the QWERTY Keyboard feels like Samsung put good money into developing it. Battery life is fair. Over all, I have been with Sprint for 10 years and I believe this is the best phone they have ever put on thier network.

A Year After Inital Release

One person found this helpful.
 on October 22, 2010
By Anthony K Busano
My wife and I waited quite a while to purchase a “smart” phone. Our last phones were basic Net-10 cell phones; just enough to keep in contact with one another. When finally deciding to take the “plunge,” I did a considerable amount of homework. After polling most co-workers and conducting extensive online study, I came to the conclusion that the Moment was a good bet for a first-time Android user(s). It got great reviews (overall) and since it was already a year old the price point was unbeatable (.01 here on Amazon).

My opinion on Samsung Moment

5 people found this helpful.
 on January 3, 2010
By S. Hill
When I first got a look at this phone, I really liked the fact that not only was I able to have a qwerty keyboard but also I can use a touch screen keyboard. I have had my phones for 2 weeks now and I am getting the hang of things with it. As like any other phone they have there up’s and downs with them. The battery life for me is not the best however that is why I have a charger with me. For my wife however , she can go on for a day and a half without charging the phone. The difference between my use and hers is I use mine at work and she uses hers once in a while. For the performance side, I do notice a slight sluggishness when rolling through menus such as the phone book or web pages however this does not bother me. The applications available for the phone are quite impressive for me. When i heard of the Android phone coming out, they only had a few apps out for the phone. Now, there seems to be a ton of them ranging from games to self improvement. I downloaded an app killer to aid in keeping my battery life the best I can for it. I discovered after a few days into having my phone the email application that comes with it did not always deliver my work emails to my phone. I found a good app called k9 to resolve this issue and have not had any issues since then. Overall, I do enjoy this phone and its features. Please understand that I am a first time touch screen phone owner and cannot help with a comparison to another touch screen phone such as the iPhone or any other manufactured phone that does touch screen. I do know for what I do in my line of work that this phone is suitable for its needs and makes me able to do work away from a PC. I hope this review helps you in your decision to make a purchase.

Amazing phone

3 people found this helpful.
 on February 6, 2010
By Amazon Customer
This phone is everything you could want and more. The only draw is the battery life but once the newness of the phone dies down and you’re not on it all day it seems to be fine. I also carry the usb cord with me and if it is dying I just plug it into a computer for a few minutes and it’s good to go. The features are amazing. GPS works better than my actual gps. I use mine to listen to music all the time and the battery seems to last quite long as long as the screen is turned off. A bigger memory card is a must though. 2GB is not enough but 8 was just right to put my better music on. Would definitely recommend getting a screen protector and case. The case makes the phone look better anyway. The design is not the most attractive that I’ve seen. Amazon service was amazing, I upgraded to free 2 day and it actually came in 1.

Great phones at a great price

 on May 24, 2010
By M. B.
I bought one for me and one for my wife and immediately upgraded them to android 2.1. With 2.1 they are awesome. My wife can’t put it down. I have Pandora, Google Sky maps, compass and a few other gps programs downloaded on mine and it works great. I ran Pandora (streaming internet music) as I browsed facebook and texted my wife with no lag or skipping in the music. The battery life is as expected, I had a Blackberry before this so I am used to having to keep a watchful eye on battery life. I am satisfied with it as Smart phones eat battery life and it is better than my Blackberry. I ran pandora for over an hour while driving and then perused the android market, facebook and online newspapers for a few hours and finally then had to charge it. FYI there is a way to tether it. I really wanted the HTC EVO and had been waiting for a few months for it to be released but Sprint added a $10 a month special charge to the EVO which turned me off. Amazon dropped the price of the Samsung moment and I am glad they did. I really enjoy this phone and I am glad I didn’t spend all the money on the EVO.

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