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Samsung SPH-M520

Samsung SPH-M520
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks CDMA 800/1900, EVDO
Availability by country February 18, 2008
Form factor Slider
Dimensions 4.01 x 2.04 x 0.5 in (10.2 x 5.2 x 1.27 cm)
Weight 2.75 oz (70 g)
Memory 16 MB embedded
Removable storage 256 MB MicroSD included (4 GB max)
Battery 4 hour Lithium ion
Display 176 X 220 pixel TFT LCD, 18-bit color
Rear camera 1.3 Megapixel
Connectivity Bluetooth 1.2, USB

The Samsung SPH-M520 (M520) is an Internet-enabled multimedia mobile phone, designed and marketed by Samsung Mobile. It uses a sliding keypad interface with talk interface buttons under the main screen. The M520, in addition to being a mobile phone, also functions as a camera phone with 1.3 MegaPixels, portable media player, text messenger, and a WAP 2.0 web browser and e-mail client.[1]

Marketed as a replacement to the SPH-M510, Sprint's first EVDO slider, the M520 became available on February 18, 2008.[2]

Critical reception to the phone was mostly positive.[3][4]

  • Phone Encyclopedia entry (Wiki) with specifications, usage, and capability notes.


  1. ^ SPH-m520 Sprint - mobile phones SAMSUNG
  2. ^ Sprint Nextel Corporation - Investor Relations - News Release
  3. ^ Samsung SPH-M520 Review (Phone Arena)
  4. ^ ZDNet Samsung SPH-M520 Review & Comparison

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