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Hey Cingular subscribers, get ready to get your thin AT&T on. Samsung just announced the prices and availability of their SGH-A717 and SFH-A727 slimsters. Sure, those model numbers aren't overly appealing until you remember that these are members of Samsung's 3G Ultra lineup for Stateside consu

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June 1, 2007 at 8:00AM
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Hey Cingular subscribers, get ready to get your thin AT&T on. Samsung just announced the prices and availability of their SGH-A717 and SFH-A727 slimsters. Sure, those model numbers aren't overly appealing until you remember that these are members of Samsung's 3G Ultra lineup for Stateside consu

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We knew the A717 and A727 Ultra-esque handsets from Samsung were destined for AT&T, but since we saw them at CES, it appears that no new phones are going be released with Jack silkscreened on the front -- so they've gone back to the shop for rebranding. These here are the first \"official\" leake

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It's no surprise that the FCC might take some interest in the 8.9 millimeter, 3G-capable A727 from Samsung, seeing how it was bearing Cingular / AT&T firmware when we peeped it at CES -- and seeing how ultra-thin candybars are slim for the picking (pun intended) on the US' one and only live WCDM

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We haven't seen an HSDPA candybar for those funky American bands yet -- much less an 8.9 millimeter thick candybar -- so the Z370-alike A727 should be a warmly welcomed addition to Cingular's small army of 3G devices. To be fair, neither Cingular nor Samsung have actually announced where this hands

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When we see a company like Samsung announce an unusually hot phone -- say, a sub-10 millimeter candybar with UMTS, for example -- our knee-jerk reaction is that it'll never be sold stateside, and more than likely, we aren't even given the common courtesy of GSM 850 (never mind UMTS 850 / 1900). Wit

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