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Sprint Adds M300 To Entry Level Lineup

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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.

from Sprint Nextel



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May 16, 2007, 10:10 AM

only one problem

i have to know my sales and how good phones are before i sell them (thank you phonescoop) but i kinda wonder if this is the replacement of the a640 and did they improve the signal and battery on this phone.

the a640 is such a crappy phone
lol i sell apprx 10 640's a day. its perfect for lower income families. now m300...just means more commission for me!..yay!
I have two a640s. The phones are perfect entry level phones and a great value at $179. Great battery life, and the rf is comparable to any highend phone I've used (m610, fusic, a920). it surely kills any entry level junk from Sanyo.

May 16, 2007, 10:04 PM

Is it Just Me....

or does is seem like a lot of new entry level phones are comming out, and not much else of anything else...
Well the problem is that most people still buy entry level phones. A lot of people that come into my store for a new phone don't even care about a camera.

May 17, 2007, 11:44 AM

we're thinking about offering...

a bottle of Windex with every M300 sale.

at least the a640 only picked up fingerprints on the face... this guy picks them up on the keypad too. Confused

otherwise seems like a great phone so far!
I really hope this trend of making glossy phones ends.

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, ...
ha ha you dont have to give them a whole bottle just give them a few of those new Windex Wipes Wink
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