Samsung InstinctQ Hits Sprint Nov 27?

Posted: Oct 2 2009, 10:25am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:36pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The InstinctQ is set to be Samsung's first Android phone in the United States. So far, Sammy has done a fine job of keeping everything about their new smartphone under wraps. Today we have our first set of rumors regarding the InstinctQ. According to Android and Me, they come from a soldier stationed in El Paso, TX. The phone was demoed to his unit, and the soldiers were told to expect a Black Friday, November 27, release.

Obviously this information cannot be independently verified, but the soldier had some additional, rather specific information that adds credence to his claim. He stated that the InstinctQ will have 32GB on board, with space for a 32 GB SD card. It has a "very usable" keyboard, and an (estimated) thousand pixel wide screen. The price they were told was roughly $230, with a 2 year contract.

Any new Android smartphone release is cause for celebration in my book, but this launch is even more special than most. The Instinct Q is shaping up to be a really solid smartphone, and I'm eager to see what sort of hardware this bad boy will pack. More leaks should spring soon, so I guess we'll just have to wait until then to know more.

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