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Okay, we'll admit, if Beyonce absolutely has to endorse a single model, this ain't a bad choice, seeing how the UpStage on which it's based is a music phone of the highest order -- particularly in the B'phone's rather flashy color combo. It's an acquired taste, but it actually looks alright. It's n

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Apparently not content to merely hire Beyonce to push the plain ol' UpStage, Sprint and Samsung have collaborated with the entertainment mogul to release the B'Phone, a dolled up version of the two-sided handset. Lucky buyers will be the recipients of a burgundy UpStage trimmed with gold accents --

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Telus has added the SCH-m620 (known as UpStage on Sprint) to its stable, and with the catch phrase \"business in the front, party in the back,\" Telus is likening it to a mullet -- which is kinda right in some sad way. As with the UpStage before it, music will be the focus of Telus' latest, with Telu

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What's better than a black Samsung UpStage? Why, the very same handset in red, of course. As rumored last week, Sprint has chosen June 18th as launch day for its freshly re-colored UpStage. While nothing new is under the hood, we know some of you out there will appreciate this new -- and perhaps pr

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What's better than a black Samsung UpStage? Why, the very same handset in red, of course. As rumored last week, Sprint has chosen June 18th as launch day for its freshly re-colored UpStage. While nothing new is under the hood, we know some of you out there will appreciate this new -- and perhaps pr

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Carriers seem to have discovered that adding colors to a phone's palette is sorta like a free ticket to a few hundred thousand sales. How do you explain the Chocolate's diverse rainbow, after all? Sources report that Sprint is liking June 18 as the date to launch its fascinating UpStage dual-sided

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We're giving folks one more opportunity to win Sprint's double-sided wonder, the UpStage from Samsung. Music is the focus here with an entire side dedicated to a rather normal-looking (by DMP standards) music player, while the other gets a decidedly phone-centric focus. Amazingly, it all gets packe

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What's that we hear? Could it be the gentle thumping of beautiful music pouring out of another Sprint UpStage? Why, yes, we think it just might be! Why not go try to make it your own?Have a look at our other contests, too, before it's too late: T-Mobile Wing, Sprint UpStage by Samsung (the first on

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The Ocean was a great way to kick things off, but we're just getting started. How about a shiny new Sprint UpStage by Samsung? Speaking from personal experience, the UpStage shocks and delights passers-by with its dual personality, flipping effortlessly from voice to tunes and back with the press o

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Some of the more emotionally stunted Engadget Mobile writers prefer to express their deep affection for our readership through their actions -- actions like, say, offering up day after unrelenting day of sweet contests. In fact, today marks the third in a row that our Mobile outpost is blowing out

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Sure, the Xbox 360 Elite was finally announced, but we've got a fair bit of interesting cellphone news this week, too. Check out Samsung's UpStage, finally launched; or the long-awaited Helio Ocean dual-slider QWERTY featurephone -- not bad eh? And then HTC had a whole slew of gear, too, from their

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We got our grubby mitts on the first of many phones here at CTIA in Orlando, today: the Samsung UpStage on Sprint (which you might otherwise know as being the F300, m620, and so on). There are very few phones on the market for $150 or less that offer EV-DO, music integration, and the style and uni

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We got our grubby mitts on the first of many phones here at CTIA in Orlando, today: the Samsung UpStage on Sprint (which you might otherwise know as being the F300, m620, and so on). There are very few phones on the market for $150 or less that offer EV-DO, music integration, and the style and uniq

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As expected, Sprint has announced the SPH-m620 \"UpStage\" dual-faced musicphone today, giving Sprint a decided \"wow\" factor in its lineup -- for the moment, at least. Manufacturers seem to be turning to unusual form factors in an effort to gain some differentiation in a crowded high-end and specialt

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As expected, Sprint has announced the SPH-m620 \"UpStage\" dual-faced musicphone today, giving Sprint a decided \"wow\" factor in its lineup -- for the moment, at least. Manufacturers seem to be turning to unusual form factors in an effort to gain some differentiation in a crowded high-end and specialt

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So it won't be called the \"Flipper\" or the \"Ultra Music\" -- no, it seems Sprint wanted a name all its own for the very unique m620 musicphone from Samsung. When it launches at CTIA this week, the two-faced handset will get slapped with the name \"UpStage,\" which in our opinion really doesn't convey

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So it won't be called the \"Flipper\" or the \"Ultra Music\" -- no, it seems Sprint wanted a name all its own for the very unique m620 musicphone from Samsung. When it launches at CTIA this week, the two-faced handset will get slapped with the name \"UpStage,\" which in our opinion really doesn't convey

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