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CNET editors' review on Samsung Instinct HD SPH-M850
Sprint Nextel stole the CTIA show not too long ago when it introduced the Samsung Instinct.
There seemed to be a great deal to like concerning the touch-screen phone, so we had
been hopeful that Samsung would develop its successes with subsequent models. To our
initial delight, the Samsung Instinct S30 made the rounds at CTIA this year, but we quickly
were disappointed it offered simply a slimmer design. More serious, Samsung actually
removed features found on the first model. Would it be how the S30 was all Sammy needed
to offer?
Luckily, the answer is no. As summer rolled into autumn, Sprint got a jump about the
holiday season by unveiling the Instinct's long-awaited successor. The Instinct HD, aka the
SPH-M850, is both upgrading and an improvement. It provides a sleeker design, a brighter
display, and much more features. We're a lttle bit ambivalent regarding the much-hyped
"high-definition" support, but it remains a compelling multimedia phone that does lots of
things well. The purchase price, however, is often a tad galling: at $249 having a two-year
Sprint Everything plan as well as a $100 mail-in rebate, the Instinct HD will set you back
more(a) the HTC Hero, fantastic Android os smartphone. Sure, the HD camera is nice, but
we'd rather pay for real productivity than flashy multimedia...