Sprint Ads Reveal New Ultra Thin Model
Nov 23, 2006, 11:23 AM by (staff)
Sprint today began running ads for a new high end clamshell phone which they claim is the thinnest available in the country. The Samsung M610 looks very similar to the 9.9mm thick Ultra Edition launched in Asia earlier this year. Like the Ultra Edition, the phone is shown to have a large color internal display and a small monochrome exterior screen. Sprint's teaser campaign reveals the M610 has EV-DO high speed data, a 2 Megapixel camera, Micro SD slot and Sprint's full Power Vision Service including Sprint TV. Updated: The M610 is now available for purchase through Sprint's business site. Further information reveals the phone also has Bluetooth, a QVGA screen and is 12mm thick.
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monochrome exterior screen
Does color in the external display really matter?
New Sprint Samsung M610
I think the phone is KICK-ASS COOL!!!
To me any kind of external screen is fine as long as I am able to read it at a quick glance for date/time and caller ID.
I also like the thin form factor; as for Sprint themselves, the network is pretty OK, they just need to work on their people skills when it comes to customer service, that's all...
Cool phone though!
Something they should teach in high school.
cause going to a sprint store and cingular...
That is OFFICIAL stores...
Sprint and Cingular have terrible, TERRIBLE! PEOPLE SKILLS.. all Dee da dee's almost.
get smart, get p...
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