if you know me, i avoid apple products. i see no reason to spend extra money on devices which have the same (or fewer, in some cases) functionality than other products on the market just for cool design or because everyone else is doing it.
the videos below demonstrate the unboxing of the moment and an initial review of the phone. the phone is reviewed having android 1.5 (cupcake). there is integrated gmail and google calendaring support, youtube video application, exchange server connectivity (which i probably wouldn’t use), and an exceptional amoled display. he does give the keyboard a bad rating, but this guy doesn’t seem to have used a phone with a slider keyboard before. having the separate row of keys for numbers is way better than having to hit some shift key to type them. having to do that currently is not convenient.
samsung moment for sprint (part 1 of 2)
samsung moment for sprint (part 2 of 2)
you can get some more details and some pics on engadget’s mention of the moment. it comes out on november 1, next sunday. outside dealing with sprint’s sales people and current contracts, i hope to make a smooth transition to this phone.