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"Power Vision" EV-DO Phones Hiding On Sprint's Site

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Oct 25, 2005, 1:00 PM   by (staff)

Enterprising Sprint fans have uncovered pages for two phones Sprint will use to launch EV-DO to voice users by manipulating URLs. Pages for both the Samsung MM-A940 and Sanyo MM-9000 have been uncovered. Sprint was expected to launch EV-DO with these models, indicating a launch is imminent and will hold few surprise. Pages for other known Sprint EV-DO phones could not be found by repeating the same URL manipulation process. These include FCC approved models such as the Samsung A900, A920 as well as the Sanyo MM7500 recently leaked to Engadget. In addition, the pages for the two models reveal that Sprint's EV-DO service will be called "Power Vision," referencing the current PCS vision brand for 1xRTT handsets.

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Oct 26, 2005, 9:54 PM


Every time i hear power vision, i think of fisher price powerwheels...

Oct 26, 2005, 9:23 AM

What are the URL's?

Does anybody know what the actual URL's are for these phones. Or even just one, because it sounds like the rest are a simple change in the URL. They say they are uncovered, but I still don't know where to find them.
Sorry I forgot to modify the links before posting:

Samgung MM-A940:

http://www1.sprintpcs.com/explore/PhonesAccessories/ ... »...

Oct 25, 2005, 3:55 PM

The PPC-6000, PPC-6600 and some treo-650 are compatible with EV-DO

Business customers can request the service if they have these devices. Software update would be required on the treo-650 and ppc-6000.
you mean, ppc-6600, and ppc-6700, right? u said ppc-6600 twice. the new phones just being released that evdo is available for are the sanyo 9000, sanyo ESPN MVP Shocked , samsung a940, samsung a920 (bt phone Very Happy ), ppc-6700, and samsung a900 (blade) Cool

Oct 25, 2005, 1:08 PM


i'm the first, but power vision if pretty creative...
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