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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Motorola Deluxe IC902 from Sprints Nextel. This is the latest sprints Nextel power source phone, which means that it is a dual mode phone, it has both CDMA and IDEN technology in it uses Sprint for voice and data. And Nextel for its direct talk, push to talk walkie-talkie service. So as you can see it is a pretty beefy and rugged looking phone, there's not much to say about the design here. On the front, here is the external screen, on top, here is two-mega pixel camera lens and a flash. On the top here, there is also a little quick release key, you just press it and the front opens up like that. On the top, there is a speakerphone key and a smart key that can be used for a variety of things from ending calls to looking up your call history. Open it up and you get a pretty good-looking screen here, its 262,000 colors, we found the keypad really nice actually, they are large, very well lit, easy to press. As far as features go this is one of the most full-featured phones from Sprint Nextel that we've seen. It has of course Nextel's rock solid, push to talk service. It also has GPS, Bluetooth speakerphone, EVDO that has access to Sprint power of vision, which has access to of course sprint TVs; you can watch TV from MTV and Comedy Central on here. There's also a music player that supports radio formats, so the Motorola Deluxe IC902 really delivers on the best of both Sprint and Nextel. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Motorola Deluxe IC902.
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