Sprint Taps Qualcomm's uiOne for Themes
Dec 8, 2005, 2:34 PM by (staff)
Sprint Nextel today announced the Sanyo MM-7500, a new sport-styled EV-DO phone with extensive customization options. In addition to changeable color panels on the outside, the MM-7500 is Sprint's first phone to include Qualcomm's uiOne technology for "skinning" the whole user interface (UI) of the phone. The MM-7500 includes two themes: "hip hop" and "tropical". Sprint will fully launch its Themes service early next year, when it will start selling a full range of downloadable Themes, including sports-related Themes that provide quick access to scores and video highlights.
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