Review: Samsung A900
The A900 fills a niche for Sprint. There is a demand for elegant, good looking phones with advanced features. The A900 packs all of Sprint's most advanced features into a good looking, and popularly styled body. It is not necessarily the most advanced or highest power handset, but it is plenty capable for most users - especially business users who are more interested in voice calls and data features than music playback or a good camera. But even professionals who just make calls will still experience one limitation using the A900 - its short battery life will have them plugging recharging more often than they're used to.
Samsung Showcase 2005
Hands-on report from the Samsung launch event in New York City for their late-2005 / early-2006 lineup.
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