Sprint has just released the Motorola Deluxe ic902, the latest in its line of PowerSource phones that combines the best of the Sprint and Nextel services. Weighing around 4.8 ounces, we wouldn't exactly call it a slim and stylish cell phone; it's more of a rugged and durable device made for industrial use. That said, the Deluxe ic902 does have quite a number of useful features. It utilizes Nextel for walkie-talkie services and Sprint for voice and data. The Deluxe ic902 is also the first to support Sprint's higher-end services like PowerVision--this means it has access to the Sprint Music Store, Sprint TV, and On Demand web content. Other phone features include a 2.0-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, a MP3 player, a microSD card slot, GPS, and more.
The Motorola Deluxe ic902 is available from Sprint for the suggested retail price of $489.99, or $299.99 if you sign up with a two-year service agreement and the $40 mail-in rebate.