Samsung HD Screenshots Leak

Posted: Aug 28 2009, 10:20am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:00pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The Samsung Instinct HD should be hitting stores any day now. The other day a Best Buy internal leak showed that the launch is very close, and now photos of the new feature phone in action have leaked out. Boy Genius has the whole gallery displayed and, from what we can see so far, the Instinct HD looks pretty solid.

It's got a very simple interface, clearly built with the iPhone and Android OS in mind. The 'home' screen has quick links to your email, messaging, IMs, navigation, calculator, notes, calendar, clock, and settings. The camera (don't forget, this baby can record in HD) looks pretty standard. On the bottom of the screen we can see a note that the on-board memory apparently has “806 pics left”. While we don't know how many pictures were stored at the time of capture, the fact that it can hold so many points to at least a gig or two of internal memory.

So far, so good for the Instinct HD. What say you, Samsung fans? Are you chomping at the bit to get your hands on this baby, or could you care less?

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