Man, if I were a Sprint or Verizon Wireless customer, I wouldn't be the happiest camper in the world. After all, the CDMA faithful have had to sit back and watch for the past few months, while their GSM counterparts at T-Mobile and AT&T got one new smart phone after another. Yet, things are starting to look up--for Sprint subscribers, anyway. Today, the carrier announced the Sprint Mogul by HTC, the long-awaited successor to the Sprint PPC-6700. It sports a thinner design, Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition, a better camera, and more memory. Yet, we have some issues with it. Read our full review here to find out what they are and decide for yourself whether you should start saving your pennies (all $399.99 worth) for this puppy. The Sprint Mogul will be available online and through business sales channels starting June 18 and in retail stores nationwide by mid-July.
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