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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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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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We think we've got a pretty good -- nay, perfect -- idea of what this is, but Sprint's doing its darndest to keep us all guessing about its upcoming handset that's \"redefining flip.\" We can't really say we blame them; Samsung's curiuous two-sided musicphone is pretty innovative even on a bad day, a

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Thanks to a bizarre dual-sided form factor, Samsung's F300 candybar is a phone we've been anxious to see a lot more of. Mobile-review, purveyors of some of the most... uh, extreme reviews in the business, gave the F300 a thorough rundown -- and as we sorta expected, it turns out to be a handset of

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Samsung -- the company for which no phone is too thin or too small -- used ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong as an opportunity to announce (among other things) a couple new multimedia powerhouses that are both thin and small. The F300 (alias \"Flipper,\" perhaps) is a music-oriented handset that lo

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We're always up for getting to the bottom of corporate conspiracies to shield our eyes from upcoming products. This time the culprit is Samsung (along with its partners in crime, Verizon, Cingular, and Sprint), which sent out a rough copy of a press release introducing new products to be showcased a

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