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Friday, November 24, 2006
Samsung's slim m610 clamshell available from Sprint


Samsung's m610 clamshell has been rumored since August

It looks like the phone's now finally available for purchase from Sprint, apparently still able to claim the title of "thinnest clamshell wireless phone in the United States." Apart from a new black paint job, the phone's specs remain the same as before, with a 2.0 megapixel camera, QVGA internal display, OLED external display, Bluetooth, and a microSD slot for expansion (a 64MB card is included); it'll also let you take advantage of Sprint TV and other Sprint PCS Power Vision multimedia services. Measurements come in at 3.98 x 2.05 x 0.47-inches with the phone weighing in at a mere 3.28 ounces. Getting it no strings attached will run you $329.99, but if you're willing to go through the usual contract signings and instant rebates, Sprint will let you have one for just $180.


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