The Samsung Intercept, aka Moment2, just strolled by (in the form of a BBQ-eating family attendee). To cut the story short, the lighting conditions and amount of space available was epically abysmal, on top of the Panasonic LUMIX G10’s poor ISO performance. Forgive me for the shots, but you can take a short look at the Intercept by watching the video after the cut.
Hands-On With The Samsung Intercept
The handset itself is plasticky, with a 3.2 megapixel camera with poor ISO performance, but great daylight shots. Coupled with Sprint 3G, Android 2.1 with a light version of Touchwiz 3.0 (FroYo comes this summer), and a 3.2-inch 800 x 480 WVGA resolution AMOLED display, which for some reason didn’t quite impress me much like other AMOLED Android offerings. The same also goes for the entire phone, though the keyboard can beat the Ally’s and Droid’s by a mile. Video after the break!