Sprint announces Samsung MM-A900 and MM-A920 availability

Sprint announces Samsung MM-A900 and MM-A920 availability

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Sprint has announced the official availability of the Samsung MM-A900 and Samsung MM-A920 mobile phones. Both handsets will operate on Sprint’s Power Vision EVDO network, where customers can access the Sprint Music Store, news, and other entertainment content at broadband-like speeds.

The Sprint Music Store lets you download songs directly to your phone, as well as tuning into 30 channels of live and on demand video and audio.

“The MM-A900 and MM-A920 offer great-looking design with the ability to download a rich selection of content directly to the phone. Features like external music-navigation keys make these phones both functional and attractive,” said Jeff Hallock, vice president of product marketing and marketing strategy for Sprint.

Both the MM-A900 and MM-A920 will sell for $349 before rebates, they will be available on Nov. 29 and Dec. 6 respectively from Sprint, in store and online.

Samsung MM-A900
Measuring just more than a half-inch thick (the thinnest Sprint Power Vision phone)
Cool magnesium casing
Sprint Power Vision
Sprint Music Store
Download full music tracks over the air
Embedded MP3 player and external music controls
1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder
Bluetooth wireless technology
Phone-as modem capabilities

Samsung MM-A920
Sprint Power Vision
Sprint Music Store
Download full music tracks over the air
512MB of TransFLASH supported
Embedded MP3 player and external music controls
Bluetooth wireless technology
1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder
Phone-as modem capabilities

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