Samsung MM-A900 Review

Posted: Jun 15 2006, 8:14am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:48pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Samsung MM-A900 Review
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the team of Digital Trends reviews the RAZR-thin Samsung MM-A900 mobile phone.

"When it first appeared, most folks dismissed the Samsung MM-A900 as a mere knock-off of the Motorola RAZR, the iPod of the cell phone world. Many people spoke to soon.
While the broadband EV-DO-capable A900 (available from Sprint for $199.99 with a two-year contract), may lack the RAZR's iconic style and solid metallic feel, it is slightly superior in almost every other aspect. However, while both phones will turn heads, neither phone incorporates a removable memory option, which means that neither is a good choice if your interest is combining your phone with an MP3 player.

Although, if you're considering either the A900 or the .
See also the Samsung T509 review.

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