Samsung Showcase 2004
The SPH-A760 will be Samsung's first PTT (push-to-talk) phone for Sprint. The best word to describe it would be "practical". It's designed to offer a good value for the business person who doesn't need all the extras.
The design is a standard clamshell form factor. The external display is large and black-and-white, which makes it very easy to read in any lighting. There is no camera, or other unnecessary frills.
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The large speaker on the front is naturally used for PTT calls, initiated via the dedicated key on the left. But the speaker can also be used as a full-duplex speakerphone for regular calls as well, and that function has it its own dedicated key on the right side of the phone.
The A760 is expected to launch with Sprint within several weeks.
A Samsung representative mentioned that the company is also planning more full-featured PTT phones for Sprint in 2005, including models with cameras and full multimedia capabilities.
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