Sprint and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung) today introduced two new handsets, the Sprint Power Vision((SM)) Phone MM-A920 by Samsung(r) and the Sprint Power Vision(SM) Phone MM-A900 by Samsung(r). Harnessing the speed of Sprint's Power Vision(SM) EVDO network, Samsung's MM-A900 and MM-A920 handsets enable customers to access the latest news, music and entertainment content at broadband-like speeds.
New services supported by both the MM-A900 and the MM-A920 include the newly announced Sprint Music Store(SM), which allows users to immediately buy and download complete songs directly to their phone; 30 channels of live and on demand video and audio from Sprint TV(SM) and On Demand, a personalized resource guide to news, traffic, weather, sports and entertainment.
The MM-A920, with its embedded music player and external music navigation controls, provides access to thousands of songs for instant download and easy access. With an expansion slot that houses up to 512MB of TransFLASH memory, the MM-A920 allows music lovers to easily store and transfer their favorite tunes, images and videos.
Measuring just over a half-inch thick, the ultra-compact MM-A900 is the thinnest Power Vision phone available from Sprint. Made of magnesium, a lightweight metal, the handset's unique look and feel will delight the fashion-conscious user. In addition, the sleek handset's large, crisp display and stereo speakers are ideal for watching live TV with full-motion video with vivid sound.
Both phones include numerous powerful features including:
* 1.3 mega-pixel camera/camcorder with a flash and zoom
* PictBridge-enabled printing capabilities
* Bluetooth(r) wireless technology for hands-free connectivity
* Phone-as-modem capabilities
The MM-A900 and MM-A920 will be available on Nov. 29 and Dec. 6 and respectively in Sprint stores or at www.sprint.com at a retail price of $349 before available rebates. Additional information on Sprint Power Vision packages and pricing is also available at www.sprint.com.