Samsung Instinct to equal iPhone Sprint announce

Sprint has decided to break the monopoly and has gone ahead and announced the Samsung Instinct, a new wireless GPS-capable smart phone with a touch screen. The instinctive reaction is to compare it to the Apple iPhone and we won't grudge you to do that. The device was introduced by Sprint CEO Dan Hesse at the CTIA Wireless 2008 and he said that it delivers "data at blazing speeds" over Sprint's EV-DO Rev A data network (don't worry pal iPhone 3G is coming soon), and uncannily Samsung plans to offer the phone by June. Providing EV-DO Rev. A, Sprint expects the phone to peak download data rates to reach 3.1Mbit/sec. and peak upload data rates to reach 1.8Mbit/sec. Samsung Instinct measures 2.17x4.57x0.49", and weighs 4.4 oz. The display is 3.1 in., with 240 x 432 pixels. The touch screen features haptic feedback capability called vibe tones allowing you to use the phone even with gloves on. The name "Instinct" was chosen because browsing functions, including those through voice commands, are more instinctual than other devices on the market. The Instinct's 2-megapixel camera is able to help in Web site navigation, meaning: By holding down the camera button and looking at a Web page, a user can tilt and pan the Web page.

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