Samsung Replenish

You might remember seeing the picture above -- it's the full view of the training promotion for Sprint's upcoming phones we showed everyone at the beginning of April.  At the time we were focused on the Nexus S 4G, as rumor had it that the Samsung Replenish was a feature phone.  We received some information tonight that tells us the Replenish will actually be a "green" Android smartphone.  We're to see the official press release on April 15, with the device available for sale (online at least) by Sprint on May 5.  If we had to make a guess, it would be that the Replenish is that portrait QWERTY Samsung with Sprint's logo we saw last month.

We're pretty confident of the information, because it comes directly from some Sprint internal pages that have been uncovered.  I'm not going to reveal how to see them, but you can see the full pages (minus some personal information) after the break.  Thanks paulmike3!

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Sprint's Samsung Replenish details leaked -- a 'green' Android phone


I really love the idea of sprint coming out with so many different styles of phones lately. Even if there are phones I would never buy..... It's cool to have options. LETS TO EVO 3D!!!

Oh great now companies are gonna start pushing "green" cell phones.

You people got to realize, the companies do not care about the environment or being green. Its all a gimmick to get suckers who think there really is global warming and other such nonsense into buying more expensive products.

agree. I mean come on... Windex for example - the ingredients have not changed, but it's now a "green" product? the marketing is genius, the consumers are morons.

Wasn't there a rumor a few weeks ago about Sprint launching a phone with a solar panel on the back? "Replenish" sounds like the perfect name for said device.

The one Sprint Samsung green was a portrait slider called Reclaim. The leaked portrait qwerty is ugly. Could it be a green Epic 4g instead?