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|Compatible networks||CDMA Dual Band / Tri-Mode (1900/800 MHz, Amps 800), EVDO|
|Dimensions||3.68" x 1.83" x 1.01" (93 x 46 x 26 mm)|
|Weight||4.90 oz (139 g)|
|Display||176x220 pixels, 262K TFT-LCD|
|Rear camera||2-megapixel, flash, 2X optical zoom|
The Samsung MM-A940 (also known as the SPH-A940 or A940) is a discontinued CDMA cellular phone for Sprint Nextel. The A940 features a 2.0-megapixel camera with 2x optical zoom, an MP3 player with external controls, Bluetooth, an expandable microSD slot and streaming video and music with Sprint's EVDO.
This wireless phone is dual-band and operates on the digital 1900 GHz and 800 MHz bands. It features EVDO technology that is faster than traditional data communications over cellular networks.
The phone has been distributed in North America by the following carriers:
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