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It's just a formality in light of the recent announcement, but we thought we'd send out a friendly reminder to everyone that the lovely A717 from Samsung is now available for purchase directly from AT&T. The $150 on-contract price buys you a flip weighing in at just 12.9mm thick with a 2 megapi

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June 6, 2007 at 8:25AM
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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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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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Field tidbits from Engadget's mobile insider, The Boy Genius.We've been pining after AT&T's pair of 3G-compatible Ultra Editions, the A717 and A727, since we first peeped them at CES this year. Don't get too excited -- they're not out yet -- but when the A717's quick start guide starts getting

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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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The A717, an Ultra Edition clamshell from Samsung, really took us by surprise; it's not mentioned in Samsung's press materials, so there's not a heck of a lot we can say about it beyond the specifications we found and the conspicuous orange splat on the OK button. Thanks to a rotating 2 megapixel

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