By far, the most exciting new handset announced at CTIA was the Samsung Moment on Sprint. This is the second Android handset Samsung announced this week, following the Samsung Behold II on T-Mobile. The Moment will be available on November 1 and will cost $180 with a two-year contract. It costs the same as the HTC Hero, Sprint's other Android offering.
The Moment’s best feature is its 3.2-inch AMOLED display. In my quick hands-on review of the Moment, I found that colors looked bright and accurate, animations were smooth, and details were crisp during video playback. It also has a very wide viewing angle so you can view video with the phone on a flat surface with no distortion or color change. The Moment doesn’t have a fancy interface like the Hero or Cliq, just the standard, out-of-the-box version of Android. If you’re looking for slicker software, check out Samsung’s other Android offering, the Behold II.