Sprint users can look forward to the release of the Samsung A900m this October, which is an updated version of the A900, also known as the Blade. The biggest thing going for the A900M is its size: measuring less than half an inch thick, the A900M should easily fit in your pocket or anywhere else you keep your cellphone. Actually, I guess that makes it the littlest thing going for it.
The A900M is EV-DO-friendly and has plenty of built-in multimedia features, like MP3 playback and the ability to stream music from Sirius. The 1.3-megapixel camera should come as no surprise to anyone and the Bluetooth support is top notch. One of the other, why-would-they-put-this-in-a-phone features is PictBridge support: connect the A900M to any PictBridge-compatible printer and you'll be printing out lame cellphone camera pics in no time.
The Samsung A900M will make its way to Sprint in October. They're keeping pricing information secret for now, however.
Press Release [Sprint via CruchGear]