The Samsung Instinct isn’t a smartphone by most people’s definitions, but is still being viewed by many as a strong competitor for the iPhone. This device offers the features people have come to expect from a high-end phone, including a web browser, 3G, email, a GPS receiver, music and video player, and more. The Instinct is based around a 3.1-inch, 240-by-432-pixel touchscreen. This includes tactile feedback, called haptics, which allows the virtual QWERTY keypad to feel a little more like a real one. It is Sprint’s first consumer-oriented phone with EV-DO Rev. A.
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