Samsung has been trying extra hard lately to win over skeptical Android enthusiasts by releasing the source codes to their upcoming handsets in a timely manner (very unlike Samsung). And they’re at it once again with the eco-friendly Replenish. The phone is set to hit Sprint next week and just before you can actually find the phone in stores, Samsung has went ahead and released it’s source code for all to see.
Just as a refresher, the Samsung Replenish will come equipped with a 2.8 inch screen, 600Mhz CPU, 2MP camera and BlackBerry-esque qwerty keyboard design. The specs definitely wont make your jaw drop but that’s not exactly the point. The fact that the phone is far from a gas-guzzler is one of the reasons Samsung is marketing the phone as “green.”
For all you hippies out there, you can find the Samsung Replenish in your local Sprint store or online when it is released on May, 8th for only $49 with a 2 year contract.
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- Check out the Samsung Replenish forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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