By Christopher Price on January 13, 2005
Sprint has issued firmware XL08 for the Samsung MM-A700. No word yet on what has been updated or when it will be available via firmware over-the-air. Firmware Tracker Updated…
By Christopher Price on October 20, 2004
Sprint has issued firmware revision XJ13 for the Samsung MM-A700 to all Sprint Stores. This update fixes some critical issues with data provisioning, as well as other errors, and it is strongly recomended that you get the update. Firmware Tracker Updated… Phones Section Updated…
By Christopher Price on October 14, 2004
Sprint has received a new firmware for the Sanyo RL-4920 to be released, and it is currently in-testing for approval to release to customers. No word on what is being updated currently. Also, a new firmware is in-testing for the Samsung MM-A700. Again it is not known what is this new revision is targeting.
By Christopher Price on September 18, 2004
Yet Another BitPim Update. Version 0.7.18 brings some important improvements. Most siginficant, BitPim now automates the process of extracting camera pictures for the Samsung A620/VGA1000. Apparently, this also works with the Samsung VM-A680 and possibly MM-A700 as well.
By Christopher Price on August 13, 2004
Sprint has launched the Samsung MM-A700, currently only for sale only through TeleSales, for $399.99. The Samsung A700 will support new multimedia services through Sprint, one of the initial services is Sprint TV. Sprint TV will offer a basic lineup of channels that closely mirrors MobiTV’s basic channel set. MobiTV is actually the content provider […]
By Christopher Price on June 27, 2004
Sneak16, a Best Buy sales rep reports that Best Buy will begin selling the Samsung A700, Samsung i600, and Audiovox PM-8920 in August. While a Sprint version of the i600 has been rumored since the i600’s announcement, this would be the first real confirmation of Samsung delivering a Sprint version. Based on its release date, […]
By Christopher Price on June 1, 2004
Update: Newer firmware revisions are implementing QTV 2.5 and QCamcorder 1.4… Newer firmware releases being tested by Sprint implement MIDP 2.0, and add support for Motion JPEG video. We now also know a lot more about the A700’s streaming video components. The phone will use Qualcomm encoding and decoding platforms to handle video. These are […]
By Christopher Price on May 14, 2004
Update: Samsung has gotten smarter and intentionally blocked out most of the pages of their manual from the FCC submission, so we can’t confirm the current state of the phone’s more advanced features. Developing… The FCC has approved a Sprint-branded Samsung SPH-A700 video conferencing-enabled handset. Details are still sketchy, but it appears that our doubts […]