Samsung Replenish SPH-M580 - Arctic Blue (Sprint) Smartphone
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About this product
- Product InformationPowered by Qualcomm MSM 7627-2 600 MHz processor, the Samsung Replenish M580 phone keeps you one step ahead in any demanding applications. With 5 hours and 40 minutes of talk time and 217 hours of standby time, this Samsung 2 MP phone allows prolonged chatting. Equipped with a 2 MP camera, this Samsung phone ensures superior picture quality. The Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Wi-Fi hotspot in this Samsung 2 MP phone lets you connect your LAN wirelessly with ease. The 2.8-inch screen of this Samsung phone delivers crystal-clear vibrant images. Thanks to the v2.0 micro USB interface, the Samsung Replenish M580 phone lets you transfer data quickly from your PC.
- Family LineSamsung Replenish
- Storage Capacity130MB
- ColorArctic Blue
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X
- Camera Resolution2.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Battery Capacity1160 mAh
- Display TechnologyTFT
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.84 in.
- Depth0.43 in.
- Width2.36 in.
- Weight4.09 oz
Most relevant reviews
- sole_azn801Jan 28, 2014by
Good product, nice basic phone if you don't care about the up to date stuff
I got this for a very good price but the battery was out of whack or so I'm thinking. I haven't change the battery yet and hopefully that's what it is. But it is a good basic android phone. I've never been the type that needs to have the greatest up to date gadgets....there is one downside to this phone is the internal memory is not a lot, I downloaded three extra apps and it slowed the system down and then sometimes it becomes unstable and force closes. I wish they'd make it with more internal memory, the added external memory is a great feature and I personally wouldn't consider any phone that doesn't allow extra external memory (microSD) to be inserted (they'll most likely be last resort kind of dealio). They QWERTY keyboard is handy but I personally don't like it too much the regular number layout of regular phones works just fine for me and the only thing I don't like is the screen and the buttons are out in the open, they should turn it into a flip phone like kind of thing.Read full review
- v_sprintJul 01, 2011by
Excellent Overall Phone
I've had this marvelous little device for just over a week now, and I'm utterly delighted with it. My last phone was an HTC TouchPro 2, which was a nice, high-end smartphone in its day, and when it came time to upgrade, I was certain that I was going to go with an Epic 4G, and then ~this~ little guy started to appear on the Sprint homepage, and my curiosity was piqued. The notion of an eco-friendly phone made from 82% recycled material appealed to me initially, and the integrated solar panel charger put me over the edge. I decided that I was willing to forgo some bleeding-edge features in exchange for being a little more green; after all, despite having previously had the capability, when had I ever ACTUALLY watched an HD movie on my old phone? Never. I have a monolithic flatscreen for that. When I received my phone, I expected it to be a bit sluggish, since it was a mid-entry build, but to my surprise, the Replenish is peppy and runs apps flawlessly. Call quality is spotless, and data transmission is excellent. The camera is a tad low-end, at only 2 megapixels, and the complaints that you've read about meager battery life have merit. Power concerns are more than compensated for, though, with the optional addition of the integrated-solar-cell replacement battery cover. I've taken this little fella camping, and simply left it outside in the sun to charge! It's awesome. All in all, this phone is a tremendous bargain at the price. It is a solid, reliable piece of hardware with all of the endless entertainment brought to the table by the Android Market. Especially for the tree-hugger set out there, I cannot recommend this phone highly enough,Read full review
- coneja465Apr 16, 2013by
Happy with my purchase, worth the price at the time. Great intro android :)
I had actually originally purchased this phone for boost mobile. It was one of the very few android phones they carried at the time. I paid about 100$. I Considering it was a prepaid phone I was very happy with the price and functionality. No not the highest end phone but considering I came from having the blackberry.. I truly can't complain. The keyboard is awesome (although i prefer the "flat surface" of the sprint version). The battery lasts a while, but as with most android devices... that depends on the apps installed and how much you download, watch movies, etc.Would i purchase again? Yes in a heart beat, but at a lower price since the phone is only android 2.3.
- hawk1500Jul 20, 2011by
Good basid Android phone with keyboard.
Pretty good basic Android phone. A tad on the slow side, and battery life is pretty terrible, but easy to use and pretty full-featured. Probably can't find a better Android phone with a keyboard for less than $150 than this.
- medrajacoApr 10, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned