Samsung SPH-M800 Instinct
Reliable touch interface with haptic feedback, 3.5-mm headphone jack, Visual voicemail, Extras like camera, email, and GPS work well, Comes with extra battery and 2GB microSD card
Good touch screen, a multimedia powerhouse, solid build
Supports every feature Sprint offers; EV-DO Rev. A data speeds; Good touchscreen response; Bright, clear display; Excellent GPS/navigation and voice command features; Good visual voicemail feature; 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo Bluetooth; Second batt...
Turnbyturn GPS navigation is very responsive, generally accurate and updates quickly. Easily customizable home screen. Painless email setup works well with numerous hosts. Decent multimedia options (included with $99 allyoucaneat service plan) include cop
Strong design, narrow shape, Attractive pricing
Great call quality. Excellent Web browser, with cool browsing features. Great navigation, well-integrated with the rest of the phones features.
The Samsung Instinct offers a slick, intuitive design and a heavy load of powerful, innovative, and easy-to-use features. It particularly shines as a messaging and GPS device.
Easy-to-learn and fluid UI, Good e-mail accessibility, Over-the-air music downloads, Decent 2MP camera, Solid GPS, Responsive touchscreen and keyboard
Good voice quality and music and video playback features. Fun to use.
Tons of features ,Slick design , 3G and GPS support ,Good battery life .
Streamed video looks poor, Screen doesnt automatically re-orient, No WiFi, Screen is tough to see outdoors, Limited MS Exchange support, No video messaging, *
UI lacks some polish, basic camera, awkward browser
Ldquo;Full HTML” Web browser is disappointing; No IM support; No calendar synching; No support for user-created ringtones or background images on menu screens; No phone as modem support on mandatory Simply Everything plan
Portrait keyboard not T9, No IM client, Issues with music player, Poor camera performance
No WiFi. Clearly cellphonequality photos. No internal storage: 2GB microSD card included (upgradeable to 8 GB). Cant edit attachments. Web browser needs a serious reworking. Includes a stylus ... but provides no slot to stow it.
Short battery life, Web browser is less elegant than the iPhones
Not as responsive as it should be. No IM client. Lacks a load of onboard memory. No tethered modem support.
The Samsung Instinct lacks Wi-Fi and instant messaging, and its call and video quality were erratic. Also, its Internet browser could be refined, its internal memory is small, and its camera lacks editing features.
Clunky Web browsing experience, Unimpressive Sprint TV, Mediocre video camera, Screen prone to scuffs and scratches
Buggy reception indicator. Disappointing Web browser. No instant messaging client.
Some features not up to par with the competition ,Missing the QWERTY keyboard found on the Glyde .
By eTech Reviews on December 01, 2010
Samsung Instinct SPH-M800 has an eye-catching design but it is nothing spectacular. It is a touch screen device with a thin candy bar shape with 4.57 inches by 2.17 inches by 0.49 inch dimensions. This makes the phone fatter and taller as compared to...-
By AccessoryGeeks on February 12, 2009
Trust all your instincts, with the Samsung Instinct cell phone. The Instinct has been designed by Samsung with a slick, intuitive look and is heavily loaded with many powerful, innovative and easy to use features. The best part of the Samsung Instinct...-
By Dev Hardware on February 04, 2009
The Samsung Instinct is an interesting hybrid device, somewhere between a smart phone and a cell phone. It has a nice big touch-sensitive screen, but lacks quite a few features that similar phones offer, such as Wi-Fi. I would have loved to see some...-
By PDAStreet on August 21, 2008
A new smartphone recently debuted to much fanfare. Perhaps youve heard of it-- its sleek and stylish, has a black finish with a huge touch screen, and starts with the letter "I"? Actually, were not talking about the latest iPhone, but rather its...-
By SmartPhone Today on August 21, 2008
Page 1 | 2 | 3 | Next A new smartphone recently debuted to much fanfare. Perhaps youve heard of it-- its sleek and stylish, has a black finish with a huge touch screen, and starts with the letter "I"? Actually, were not talking about the...-
By PCMech on August 01, 2008
Many people have heard of the Samsung Instinct being called the iPhone killer, but I do not believe that to be so. The Instinct is on the Sprint network and costs $129.99 after a $220 instant savings then a $100 mail-in rebate, and Sprint...-
By About.com on July 26, 2008
The Instinct, which is Samsungs latest and greatest do-it-all smartphone for Sprint, has gone head to head with the almighty iPhone 3G for AT&T. The Instinct even boldly goes so far as to coin itself the iPhone killer. But is it...80
By Mobile Magazine on July 23, 2008
Now that I have been able to use the Samsung Instinct from Sprint for a while, I feel that I am now able to provide a real opinion on this touchscreen cell...76
By Brighthand on July 15, 2008
There's a lot to like in the Samsung Instinct. It's nice looking, easy to control with either a fingertip or your voice, and offers some great features, like email with easy text input, streaming TV, music player with gigabytes of storage, and...-
By Digital Trends on July 14, 2008
This is not a true smartphone like the iPhone or AT&T Tilt, and its really not ideal for business users because of the lack of instantaneous email sync (a la Blackberry) and somewhat iffy MS Exchange support. Were also not crazy about the live...80