We don't have a branded image for you yet, but Sprint Nextel and Samsung have teamed up to bring out the A900, an ultra-thin cellphone, hoping to finally put a dent in Motorola RAZR sales. And to make sure Sprint users won't have a choice, Sprint Nextel's chief operating officer Len Lauer mentioned that the company won't be selling the RAZR along with the new phone and that they should have exclusive rights to the phone for at least one year. We'd also have to assume that the A900 will also use the new Sprint wireless music download service, making it a multimedia phone as well. No pricing as of yet.
Samsung A900 Coming to Sprint [PhoneScoop]