Sprint to Announce the Samsung Replenish – Their Green Android Smartphone – on April 15th


New evidence has surfaced telling of a device called the Samsung Replenish. According to the shots you see above and below, it’s supposed to be an eco-friendly Android device, but not much more is know about the device itself. What we can confirm is when it’ll be announced – April 15 – and when it’ll go up for presale – May 5th. “Going green” is the world’s most favorite buzz phrase these days and Samsung and Sprint look to be capitalizing on that. We’ll be digging for more information, of course, but brace yourselves for a happy, green Friday 7 days from now. [AC]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Maybe a phone that’s 100%

  2. Could feature a solar panel on the back for charging?

    1. Hand crank

      Edit: And it runs off of unicorn farts

  3. I think a year or two ago, Sprint had a differnet “green phone.” It was actually green, looked like Blackberry, but was really just a feature phone. It was made of recylced materials or vegetable fibers or something. I’m sure this “Green” phone will be green because of building materials and that’s about it.

    1. Oh, I remember that one…it was square…with a slide-out keyboard. I got one for my mom, but had to return it because it had problems with the memory card slot. It was a good idea, but the solar panel idea sounds great…if it can work…;P

  4. Could it be an Epic 4g redux?

  5. If they want to be “green”, all they have to do is put out a phone that doesn’t burn through your battery and require you to constantly reboot it. That would save a lot of power, which is mighty green indeed.

  6. SuperAMOLED, low clocking processor, simple and light UI skin and rear solar panel.

  7. A solar panel on a device that spends most of its time in its owner’s pocket? Explain how that would be economic…because I’m willing to bet most people won’t be setting their phone face down everywhere they go, and won’t want to hold their phone with its screen down in their palm everywhere they go.

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