There's beauty in simplicity. The Samsung SPH-M300 isn't the flashiest phone in terms of design or features, but it offers good call quality and a sleek design. The M300 is available in red or silver. Read full review
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The clamshell M300 features a smallish 2-inch diagonal internal screen with 128x160 pixel resolution and a spacious keypad. Read full review
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Despite the featherweight design, the M300 has solid construction and is comfortable to use as a phone. Read full review
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With the spacious controls and Sprint's intuitive menu system, you shouldn't have any problems operating the M300. Read full review
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At just 3.6 inches by 1.9 inches by 0.7 inch and 2.6 ounces, the Samsung SPH-M300 is compact and light, so you'll have no problems slipping it into a pants pocket or purse. Read full review
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There's a volume rocker on the left spine, while a 2.5mm headset jack, a camera activation key, and a power connector port reside on the right side. Read full review
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The Samsung M300 is equipped with a VGA camera (located above the external display) that took some poor-looking pictures. It also doesn't record video. Read full review
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