Sprint And SANYO Launch New MM-9000 Phone For Sprint EV-DO Network
Sprint and SANYO announced the introduction of the Sprint Power Vision Phone MM-9000 by SANYO. The phone enables customers to access Sprint data services, including high quality music, live TV, high-resolution digital imaging, fast Web browsing and On Demand information for news, sports, weather and more, all at broadband-like speeds on the Sprint Power Vision Network.
MM-9000 by SANYO is one of the first phones available from Sprint that enables customers to access the Sprint Music Store, claimed to be the first mobile music storefront in the United States that allows wireless customers to browse, preview, buy, download and play full-length songs right from the phone. Like a portable MP3 player, the Sprint Music Store lets customers sample tracks and organize their music using customized playlists.
The phone offers a built-in MP3/AAC/AAC+ player, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a removable miniSD memory card and streaming media capability. The MM-9000 by SANYO is available in Sprint Stores and online for $379.99 or $229.99 after rebate.
The phone comes packaged with a stereo headset, a 16MB removable miniSD memory card and miniSD to SD adapter and a USB cable for printing photos directly from the phone to any PictBridge-enabled printer.
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