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Sprint Instinct Mini Captured In Customarily Blurry Images

Illustration for article titled Sprint Instinct Mini Captured In Customarily Blurry Images

According to some legit-looking shots from a Sprint forum, this is your new Samsung/Sprint Instinct Mini.

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It's really not looking so different than the original Instinct, save for the rounded edges that should make it more comfortable in the hand while distinguishing it a bit more from the iPhone. If earlier leaks are to be trusted, you'll see this handset sometime in mid-April. But is anyone out there earnestly excited about the redux?

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Illustration for article titled Sprint Instinct Mini Captured In Customarily Blurry Images
Illustration for article titled Sprint Instinct Mini Captured In Customarily Blurry Images
Illustration for article titled Sprint Instinct Mini Captured In Customarily Blurry Images

[Sprint Users via BGR]

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lesmikesell
Les Mikesell

The real problem with the instinct is that standard java apps can't access the hardware without a certificate from Sprint which no 3rd party is going to bother getting. So opera mini can't download/save files, google maps can't see the GPS, etc. And most standard apps need a redesign to work well with soft keybords. I sort-of like the GPS and ability to access an Exchange inbox and calendar via owa access but the interface and other apps aren't great. But size is really the least of its problems.