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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.

source: 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. 😕

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 😉
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