Sprint Adds M300 To Entry Level Lineup
May 16, 2007, 8:00 AM by (staff)
Sprint today announced a new entry-level handset from Samsung. The M300 is a sleek clamshell with Bluetooth and a VGA camera. It features dual color screens and will be available in grey or red.
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only one problem
the a640 is such a crappy phone
Is it Just Me....
we're thinking about offering...
at least the a640 only picked up fingerprints on the face... this guy picks them up on the keypad too.
otherwise seems like a great phone so far!
Glossy phones look sleek when you first see them, but after about a week of dealing with the fingerprints and the greasy effect, it gets really old.
After using the a640 for a few months, ...