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Feeling a bit nervous that you may not have won our first Samsung m610 for Sprint giveaway? No worries -- we're back with number two. Among the most lustworthy devices in Sprint's lineup, the m610 flip takes its cue from the Ultra Edition series and clocks in at a mere 11.9mm thick -- and with a QV

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Incredibly, Engadget Mobile's still celebrating its glorious relaunch -- and why shouldn't it? Celebrations mean giveaways, and today, \"giveaway\" means a shiny new Sanyo M1 for Sprint. Equipped with a full gig of onboard storage, the M1's pretty much a music fan's dream, so why not take a crack at

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How does a full gigabyte of internal Flash sound? Maybe throw in stereo Bluetooth, EV-DO data, a purty QVGA display and external music controls, and, well, you've got yourself a contender. Sprint has hooked us up with a Sanyo M1 to pass on to one lucky (hopefully music-loving) commenter, so might w

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This document sure seems to think so. The world-ready variant of RIM's BlackBerry 8800 series -- sporting both CDMA / EV-DO and GSM radios -- saw a recent launch on Verizon, and seeing how these two carriers like (need?) to one-up each other, a July launch makes perfect sense. Looks like the device

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We're back with a vengeance from yesterday's giveaway hiatus, and we think you're going to like what we're packing: a Samsung m610 for Sprint. Among the most lustworthy devices in Sprint's lineup, the m610 flip takes its cue from the Ultra Edition series and clocks in at a mere 11.9mm thick -- and

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After a day to look back and quietly reflect on all the great hardware it'd given away recently, Engadget Mobile's back in true contest form today with a Samsung m610 for Sprint! Reminiscent of Samsung's high-end Ultra Edition line, the 11.9mm thick m610 packs a serious punch (think 2 megapixels, m

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Feeling cheritable? So are we -- yet again -- so this should work out swimmingly. Motorola's red MOTORAZR V3m was created in collaboration with (PRODUCT) RED to help fight AIDS in Africa -- and, coincidentally, to help fight boring-looking cellphones with a bright red shell that you're not likely t

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The HTC Mogul's (aka PPC-6800's) release date on Sprint has been about as solid as a Vista (or Leopard) beta; first we heard May (and we all know how that turned out), then we heard October -- now we're hearing June. Yeah, June '07, as in \"this month.\" That's a nice little surprise, is it not? Of c

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We admit it's nowhere near as cool as a PPC-6800 / Mogul launch (which as far as we can tell is still months away), but hey, we'll take what we can get. This slide deck -- or perhaps \"decklet\" is a better term, seeing how it's only two slides -- found its way onto PDAPhoneHome.com with a couple lar

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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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Feeling cheritable? So are we, so this should work out swimmingly. Motorola's red MOTORAZR V3m was created in collaboration with (PRODUCT) RED to help fight AIDS in Africa -- and, coincidentally, to help fight boring-looking cellphones with a bright red shell that you're not likely to miss. It's of

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None, we reckon! The red variant of the Motorola RAZR V3m gets its hue through its participation in (PRODUCT) RED, part of the organization dedicated to wiping out AIDS in Africa. Thanks to Sprint, we have one to offer a lucky entrant. Have a go at it, why don't you?Have a look at our other contest

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It's been said that yapping on your phone from behind the wheel is a recipe for disaster -- not to mention illegal in an ever-growing list of locales -- so why not let us hook you up with something just a little safer? Sprint has graciously provided us with five Motorola T305 car kits, offering up

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What better way to blow out the holiday than with a handful of Motorola T305 car kits? Does one of 'em have your name on it? Only one way to find out, we figure: enter the contest!Have a look at our other contests, too, before it's too late: Helio Ocean, T-Mobile Wing, Sprint UpStage by Samsung, No

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The Katana II has been a rumored device on Sprint for quite some time, but what we haven't been able to find out is whether it makes good on the original Katana's critical failure to include 3G. The device was originally billed as a low-cost alternative to the RAZR, but let's be honest: the RAZR ai

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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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