Sprint this morning launched both the Samsung ACE (SPH-i325) and the Samsung SPH-M520. Both devices are now available from Sprint’s web site.
The ACE, as we previously reported, is the CDMA version of the popular BlackJack line, combining elements from both existing BlackJack models. The Ace offers both GPS navigation and Sprint TV as well as Sprint Music Store access. Also, the ACE doubles as a GSM 1800/800 world phone for international roaming. Shipping with Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard, it is not clear if, or when the device will be upgraded to Windows Mobile 6.1.
The ACE is available for $199.99 with new two-year agreement, $449.99 without contract.
In addition, Sprint has also launched the Samsung SPH-M520, the slider replacement to the SPH-M510, which we have also covered previously. The M520 will retail for $49.99 with new two-year agreement, $249.99 without contract.