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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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January 5, 2008 at 9:01PM
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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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Nah, we don't seriously expect Beyoncé to offer up a handset with her name on it, but an interesting writeup that details just how important mobiles are becoming to the concert goer actually makes mention of it. Phones are being seen by marketers and promoters as a way to \"establish connecti

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CeBIT is where it's at for huge crowds and greasy smudged phones, but we have you covered with piles of wipes and early-morning access to Beyoncé's treasure. Samsung, it seems, has struck a deal with her that extends to TV commercials, concert tours, and other advertisements. The idea behind

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