Samsung Intercept Headed to Virgin Mobile

The Samsung Intercept originally found its home with regional carrier US Cellular, but Virgin Mobile’s looking to get in on the action as well as they’ve just announced the Intercept to be their first Android handset. It’ll come with Android 2.1 on board being powered by an 800MHz processor, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, a full QWERTY keyboard, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and all of the other usuals. They don’t have any pricing or availability information to announce at this time, but you’ll know as soon as we know.

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[via Virgin Facebook]

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  • jbw

    I wonder if their $25/month unlimited data/text/web and 300 minutes would be work with this phone…

  • WhootaHoo

    @jbw,

    Even if the charged their $10 BlackBerry fee, it still would be better plan than most I have seen.

  • Jaswinder Singh

    Looks like a sweet phone to me.

  • Juan

    Any news on price?

  • Ms. Johnson

    It would cost 249.99 just like the blackberry.