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UNVEILED: Sprint to launch the Samsung SPH-i325 CDMA Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 06.12.07 - 09:04:56 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15537x
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It looks like last year's released Samsung SGH-i320, Samsung's first GSM messaging smartphone but it's not another GSM version of the i320 (read our review here) but the CDMA version which is expected to be released by Sprint early next year.
The Samsung Ace (SPH-i325) is a thin and lightweight Windows Mobile smartphone featuring Windows Mobile 6 Standard, a QWERTY thumb-keyboard and a slim design by supporting CDMA 800/1900:

No further information given yet and therefore it's not known if the 1.3 megapixel camera gets an upgrade or which other updates Samsung splash out. But quite interesting to see that a one year old design is reused for a different network technology.

Available in Q1-08, the Samsung SPH-i325 shouldn't be to pricey at all.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Fuller on 06.12.07 - 14:45:15

Ok, it's a CDMA version but isn't it somewhat too late for such a device? With the BlackJack and BlackJack 2 AT&T already released the 3G followers and now Sprint comes with a CDMA version w/o EVDO? I doubt the i325 will be a huge success until it’s fairly priced.

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