Samsung A900 Coming to Sprint
Oct 20, 2005, 3:39 PM by (staff)
The FCC today approved the Samsung A900, an ultra-thin clamshell CDMA phone for the U.S. based on the Korean SCH-V740. As rumored, FCC documents confirm that the RAZR-like phone is intended for Sprint. FCC documents also confirm that the phone will be dual-band digital-only, have an internal antenna, Bluetooth, a swivel camera, a color external display with media keys, and EV-DO high-speed data. The Korean version is only 14.5 mm thick and has a music player, a QVGA display, and a 1.3 megapixel camera.
Forget the RAZR! Sprint is getting the Samsung SLMR!
was i mistaken....
what ever happened to THAT one?
Saw the Korean version in my store a couple months ago...
Also the A940 is actually launching soon! EVDO, tilting screen video camera, looks sweet!
Also keep an eye for some new Sanyo's as well, so don't get too excited yet...
Anyone know about using this phone on Verizon?
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System/Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
This phone will probably be popular to buisness people as well, and they travel, so then they take Mr. Slickphone with and it doesn't work.....
I know that you can get d...
quick question guys. when do you think more details will be made available?
Dunno....Black can be tricky
Anyone know the release date?????
That is one friggin NICE PHONE
I like it!!
Hopefully Sprint doesn't drag their feet long and release will be soon.
When Is the Release Date, I just got off the phone with sprint and they said Nov LATE.
That would make sense, that is about the same time verizon will release it's RAZR. It makes sen...