Sprint PCS To Carry First Bluetooth CDMA Phone
Apr 29, 2003, 9:00 AM by (staff)
Sprint PCS and Sony Ericsson today announced an exclusive distribution agreement for the Sony Ericsson T608 mobile phone. The PCS Phone by Sony Ericsson T608 is expected to be the first CDMA phone in the U.S. to feature integrated Bluetooth™ technology. The phone is Java-enabled and supports most features of Sprint's PCS Vision service. Sprint will offer the T608 in the second quarter of 2003.
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