Photos and specs of the latest Android phone for Sprint leaked onto the Internet last week, and now Sprint has made its newest phone official: the Samsung Intercept will launch on July 11. The announcement comes days after Sprint's announcement of its second 4G phone, the Samsung Epic 4G.
The Intercept is a budget-friendly Android option for Sprint users who may not want to shell out for a pricier 4G device but still want a new phone. The Intercept, which comes in two colors (gray and pink), features a 3.2-inch touch screen, 3.2MP camera and video, and full slide-out keyboard.
The cost? It's $100 after a $100 mail-in rebate with two-year contract. The phone ships with Android 2.1. It also has an MP3 player with Micro SD slot supporting up to 32GB of additional storage, with data plans starting at $70/month.