Posted on koreatimes.co.kr
Samsung Electronics has unveiled its second “smart” phone powered by the Google-backed Android operating system in the United States, seen as its answer to the popular iPhones and Blackberries.
Moment ― a touch-screen handset with a 3.2-inch active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) display and a full QWERTY keyboard ― will be offered to subscribers of U.S. wireless operator Sprint, starting Nov. 1. This is Samsung’s second Android-based handset revealed this week at the CITA wireless trade show in San Diego, Calif., following the Behold II, which will be available from T-Mobile Nov. 2.
Samsung seems to be hoping that its two Android handsets will generate buzz ahead of the Christmas shopping season.