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Sagem Puma Phone

We'd change a few things about the Puma Phone, but it delivers a fun user experience that no phone can match. Just make your area has the proper coverage and enough sun.

By Apr. 13, 2011

3.5 stars Editor's rating Apr. 13, 2011

MSRP: $199.99

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Puma Phone (photos)

We'd change a few things about the Puma Phone, but it delivers a fun user experience that no phone can match. Just make your area has the proper coverage and enough sun.

6 Images By Apr. 13, 2011

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Sagem Puma Phone

We'd change a few things about the Puma Phone, but it delivers a fun user experience that no phone can match. Just make sure your area has the proper coverage and enough sun.

By Apr. 19, 2011

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Puma phone for posers

Netflix inks a new movie studio deal, Apple waives the restocking fee for the iPhone 4, and Puma launches a phone to make you look super cool.

By Jul. 6, 2010

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Loaded: Puma phone for posers

Netflix inks a new movie studio deal, Apple waives the restocking fee on iPhone 4, and Puma launches a phone to make you look super cool.

By Jul. 6, 2010

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Sagem Puma Phone early review: Speed of the puma

The Puma Phone is the trainer titan's first mobile, and it's pouncing with a touchscreen sporting a solar charger and a bright, bold user interface

8 Images By Feb. 16, 2010

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Puma Phone pounces into action

At Mobile World Congress, sports lifestyle company Puma debuted its own phone and it's surprisingly good.

By Feb. 17, 2010

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Puma Phone (photos)

Sportswear company Puma has released a phone. Yes, a phone. Check out CNET's hands-on photos from Mobile World Congress 2010.

9 Images By Feb. 17, 2010

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Puma Phone review: Sporty and solar-powered

We'd change a few things about the Puma Phone, but it delivers a fun user experience that no phone can match. Check out CNET's review for more.

By Apr. 13, 2011

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Puma unboxes new eco packaging

The new packaging will supposedly help the lifestyle apparel company reduce paper use by 65 percent and carbon emissions by 10,000 tons every year.

By Apr. 20, 2010