Samsung SDH-D600

This week we’re getting a better look at the mysterious Samsung SPH-D600, that entry-level WiMax device said to be destined for Sprint's 4G network. We first saw the prototype a few weeks back but now we’re getting a look at it in all of its blurrycam glory. Again, it looks like this will be a Gingerbread-powered device, with 1GHz processor under the hood, a 480 x 320 resolution screen, and 3.2 MP rear facing camera with a front-facer as well. One thing we're still a little unclear on is whether or not this device will have the slide-out keyboard recent rumors have been suggesting. Regardless, "entry-level" is starting to look pretty darn attractive, wouldn't you say? Still no word on when the D600 will be hitting Sprint, or what name it’ll carry, but you can be sure we’ll pass along all of the information as soon as it becomes available. Hit the break for the rest of the D600's impromptu photoshoot.

Source: Phandroid

Samsung SDH-D600   Samsung SDH-D600

 
There are 21 comments

svargas05 says:

I love the fact that they're releasing a slew of new devices this summer...

I just really really want them to give the Evo 3D it's release date. Hell it could release July 1st for all I care, I just want to know already....

jerbear says:

Pretty sure they will stick with the first week in June. Their last two flagship phones came out then and it gets all the premier members to reup their contracts every year.

kra2y says:

No it wont. They took away the one year full upgrades for everyone not on the really expensive unlimited minutes plans. I used to upgrade yearly. Not anymore

web0rama says:

Well...I could wait til July 1 because that's the day I'm eligible to upgrade from my Intercept!

spectre1006 says:

This is almost on par with vzw's high end stuff right now... sad

dante501 says:

That's what I was basically thinking. It is indeed sad.

lafester says:

Please. Verizon has plenty of good phones.

Yet they release no roadmap for Gingerbread elsewhere.

mrgwap03 says:

Eh i cant wait for my epic to get gingerbread officially

KoukiFC3S says:

Very nice. Screen resolution is still low, but it's entry level. Anyone know if the 1GHz processor is a hummingbird?

deltatko says:

Looks like a replacement for the Intercept or whatever that Moment replacement was called. Either way, it is going to be a huge improvment over either of them.

gbonham says:

They must be hard at work on gb builds. EE15 is only 12 days old. Can't wait for gb on, my epic.

thegov says:

I really don't understand why anyone would buy an entry level device if they are signing a new contract why not pay the extra for the latest tech. There is always form-factor to consider but Sprint has high-end phones with just about any form-factor. I guess an extra $100 is just too much for something you're gonna have at your side the better part of the day.

xorg says:

If it's priced under $75, it will attract additional phones on family plans. One gets a higher end phone and everyone else in the family wants an Android phone.

Mikey47 says:

Exactly. Moms and dads may pay $75 for a phone for junior, but paying $199 or $249 may not be something they want to do.

Axe says:

Some people want a balance between a personal form factor preference, functionality, performance and value. At the time, Sprint's entry level phones didn't carry the 4g data charge. Therefore, the Optimus S was the right choice, as it seemed very HTC-influenced (without Sense) unlike the Samsung offerings that many have criticized for a number of reasons. It's a solid phone for a non-superuser.

I love my optimus s. If i could get my optimus as a slider or with blackberry curve-esque keyboard. That and updated to gingerbread then i'd be super happy. It has been a pretty reliable phone thus far. It was priced well and performs admirably. It also fit the pockets with out weighing them down. I think LG got it right when it comes to an entry level phones. There are people like my parents who still use simple flip phones and enticing them to pay the money for bulky phones that they get frustrated by because it force closes is not a good market strategy. Solid well made entry level phones are definitely the way to take a market. not everyone can afford a HTC EVO or IPhone every month. remember even though some of us enjoy the latest update of android there are those who just want a phone to make a simple call.

makris0000 says:

it seems like this is just a better version of the Samsung Transform

Axe says:

Given Samsung's low end phones, probably so.

Blastin says:

If it has similar galaxy S internals(SGX 540 paired with 1ghz proc) then its only slightly weaker than the HTC evo lol.

S_C_B says:

That's a pretty nice looking phone. Gimme my EVO 3D!!