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The lot of you who have been waiting for the BlackBerry 8830 should be very happy, as Verizon has recently unloaded the global phone for a mere $199 (after agreements and rebates). Sprint users still have to wait until July to get their hands on the device, which boasts 2GB microSD card slot, media player, Bluetooth, Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) and trackball navigation.
Sprint and Motorola have slated the Motorola Q for release on Sprint’s network sometime this month. Online buyers should be able to click-to-buy a Sprint branded Motorola Q in about two-weeks, while retail channels suffer for an additional month, before being able to sling the much anticipated device your way.
The Sanyo M1 handset is now available from all of Sprint’s retail channels. The Sanyo M1 is special for its ability to play up to 18 hours of music. While the advanved power management feature from Sanyo is a major selling point, the mostly music focused the M1 rounds out to be a capable handset despite the lack of an external memory card slot.
The highly-anticipated Motorola KRZR has been released on the Sprint network, with slight UI modifications from the Verizon version of the device, Sprint is selling the KRZR for $199.99 after agreement and savings. From available feedback it seems Sprint users a pretty happy about finally getting a “sexy” phone. Available at Sprint
Sprint has announced plans to roll out the latest in Motorola handsets, the MOTOKRZR, the MOTORAZR and the MOTOSLVR. All of the phones not only have the latest technology from Motorola, but through the Sprint Power Vision EVDO network, will have exclusive access to NFL Mobile, Sprint TV, Sprint Movies, the Sprint Music Store and Sprint Power View.
As Young Jeezy would say, “Yeaaaah!”
Word on the news circuit is that Sprint is offering Power View, which is pretty much what we’ve been wanting all along. Content snippets free of charge. According to Sprint, the network is going to be a first in the mobile industry. Sprint is going to have 15 mobile production crews cover events coast to coast, to provide original mobile programming including sports, gossip and recaps of events.
Pay-per-view goes mobile a Sprint has launched the first service of its kind in the US. Serveral movie companies are a part of the deal, such as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Buena Vista VOD and Univeral Pictures. So far 45 titles are available including “National treasure” “Spider-Man 2″ and “Scarface”. The service is powered by mSpot.