Sprint Intros New Samsung Clamshell
May 14, 2007, 10:25 AM by (staff)
Sprint made the Samsung M510 available for sale on its site today. This scaled down version of the M610 is small and rounded clamshell multimedia phone and it comes with mid-level features. It has a small exterior display and a 2.1-inch interior display. It has a media player that works with Sprint's over-the-air music store and it offers stereo Bluetooth for music playback. The 1.3 megapixel camera takes pictures and video, and the M510 supports PictBridge for easier printing. With the MicroSD slot, plenty of media can be stored on the M510. It is GPS capable, and comes in both pink and black. It's available online.
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