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.
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Feb 5, 2019
Unicode 12, the annual release for 2019, includes a wide variety of new standard emoji. Many focus on accessibility, including wheelchair, motorized wheelchair, person in wheelchair, probing cane, person with probing cane, deaf person, guide dog, service dog, ear with hearing aid, and mechanical limbs.