Samsung phonemeisters have been busy little bees these past few months, and the fruits of their labor now culminate in these two Sprint Power Vision phones, the MM-A920 and the MM-A900. Both use "broadband-like" speeds to let you get news, music and video. The services now offered on these phones include the recently announced Sprint Music Store, which lets you download songs directly to the phones, and includes 30 channels of live and on-demand video and audio from Sprint TV and On Demand, a personalized resource guide to news, traffic, weather, sports and entertainment. The MM-A920 has an embedded music player and music navigation controls as well as an expansion slot for up to 512MB of TRANSflash memory. The MM-A900 makes its mark by being just over a half-inch thick and extremely lightweight. It includes stereo speakers and a large display. Both phones have a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and phone-as-modem capabilities. Both will retail for $349.
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