Sprint has officially announced at CTIA that they will be carrying the V60v, but has stated that it will not be in-stores at launch, and through business channels initially. This usually means that it will be available through TeleSales only.
We can only speculate at this time (as the device has not been approved for sale yet), but this probably means that Sprint want to do a very slow launch of the product, starting with TeleSales, then online, then in-stores, and finally a full retail launch. This is probably due to the very bad breakoff that Sprint and Motorola had, killing the launch of the V60c, and limiting the V120c’s launch to one similar to that of the SonyEricsson T608.
The V710 was also shown, and initial reports say that it does not have any carrier tags on it, which is odd even for a trade show phone that is an exclusive at launch. While Verizon may get the phone first, Motorola does have a Java V710 and its arrival on Sprint will solely depend on how the V60v launch goes (both relation-wise and sale-wise).
It’s also good to point out that the prototype V710 in its current state does not have File Transfer support, only Contact Synchronization, Business Card, and Dial-Up Networking support. Also, Motorola stated that the V710 will have a 1.2 Megapixel digital camera. The V710 should show up (somewhere) in the second quarter.