Thanks to some great sources, we can provide detailed info about the remainder of Sprint’s lineup for the year. Hit Read More to check it out.
Note: If this site just reported on a phone in-depth don’t expect all the
details to be in this list on that phone.
The CDMA version of the popular 3200 phone.ï¿½ Similar to the 6225, but
targeted at a younger audience, the 3205 has a unique key design, and printable
faceplates that insert under the main cover.
Expected Price: $229.99 Expected Launch: July, 2004
Yep, you’ve seen it, you’ve heard about it, heck it’s even in Samsung TV ads.ï¿½
1 MP camcorder with streaming video and audio as well as MIDP 2.0.
Expected Price: $399.99 Expected Launch: July, 2004
This site broke the news of the LGPM-325’s existence.ï¿½ The Bluetooth
phone appears to match the SonyEricsson T608’s feature set completely, adding an
improved display, slider format, VGA camera with zoom, and SMS.
Expected Price: Not determined, somewhere between $199 and $299. Expected
Launch: September, 2004
Not much new to report on this phone, except that it will have MP3 ringer
support in addition to AAC audio support. Sprint’s smallest MIDP 2.0 phone
includes a 1.3 MP camcorder.
Expected Price: Not determined, between $299 to $349 Expected Launch:
Only new info to report is that the VGA camera on the phone will also
function as a camcorder, and will support QCamcorder.
Expected Price: Between $329 and $349 Expected Launch: September, 2004
Sprint’s last voice-only phone (for now, at least).ï¿½ The phone is
similar to the 3588i in features, and adds a speakerphone.
Expected Price: $149. Expected Launch: September, 2004
PalmOne Treo Ace
Joy.ï¿½ Camera and non-camera versions will be released, similar to the
Expected Price: $549.99 Expected Launch: October, 2004
RIM Blackberry 7750
Sprint’s first Blackberry will see a limited release.
Expected Price: $599.99 Expected Launch: Q3 – 2004
Samsung’s first ReadyLink phone.ï¿½ Essentially a Samsung A660/VI660 with
the addition of an external display, speakerphone, and ReadyLink.
Expected Price: $199.99 Expected Launch: Q3 – 2004
The MS Smartphone. Joy joy joy.
Expected Price: $599.99 Expected Launch: Q3 – 2004 (July to August)
Sprint HTC/Curitel PPC6600/PPC6601
Couple new things to report.ï¿½ There will be a non-camera version (the
PPC6601).ï¿½ Also, the phone will have 800 MHz digital roaming.
Expected Price: $549.99 Expected Launch: Q3 – 2004
What the A620 and A660 should have been.ï¿½ This phone has internal and
external color displays, and a VGA camera.
Expected Price: Not determined, somewhere between $249 and $299. Expected
Launch: Q4 – 2004
Samsung World Phone
Sprint’s first world phone supports CDMA 1900/800 and GSM 1800/900 (no U.S.
GSM roaming support).ï¿½ The phone will also be a fully featured Vision
phone, with dual TFT displays and a VGA camera with flash.
Expected Price: $599.99 Expected Launch: Q4 – 2004
Yes, the Sanyo 5600.ï¿½ Woohoo, and all that other stuff.
Expected Price: $399.99 Expected Launch: Q4 – 2004
Samsung’s catch-up to the Treo. Will fall behind the Ace with only Palm OS
5.2, but will have a 1 MP camera/camcorder.ï¿½ SDIO Slot is also confirmed,
and the unit will have 32 MB RAM.
Expected Price: $649.99 Expected Launch: Q1 – 2005