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Sprint to Distribute MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and MOTOSLVR Handsets

* NFL Mobile, a Sprint-exclusive wireless application that brings fans access to same-day video highlights, customizable real-time statistics, scores, injury reports and other information updated every two seconds." title="Sprint to Distribute MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and MOTOSLVR Handsets">Sprint is going to ship the latest Motorola mobile set, named MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and the candy-bar style handset, MOTOSLVR. Sprint's MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and MOTOSLVR will enable customers to access the latest news, music and entertainment content at broadband-like speeds. On Sprint's Power Vision network, MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and MOTOSLVR will be the only versions of these handsets to offer access to:
* NFL Mobile, a Sprint-exclusive wireless application that brings fans access to same-day video highlights, customizable real-time statistics, scores, injury reports and other information updated every two seconds.
* Sprint TV with more than 50 channels of live television and on-demand video and audio.
* Sprint Movies, the first "pay-per-view" service for mobile phones in the U.S. that streams full-length movies, including recent box-office hits and timeless favorites from Buena Vista VOD, Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Sprint Movies offers a growing list of more than 45 titles, including "National Treasure", "Spider-Man 2" and "Scarface".
* Sprint Music Store, which allows users to browse and wirelessly download full-length songs directly to their phone.
* Sprint Power View, the industry's first made-for-mobile sports and entertainment video programming network.

Just recently announced by Motorola as the next generation of the MOTORAZR, MOTOKRZR is made with elegant and robust materials, including magnesium, polished chrome and hardened glass. The solid glass on the front results in a fashionable, high-gloss luster balancing the soft velvet-like finish on the back. Sprint's MOTOKRZR, MOTORAZR and MOTOSLVR are expected to be available by early November.



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