Lights, camera, action… the newest handset announced today by Sprint (NYSE:FON) (NYSE:PCS) and Audiovox Communications Corporation, a subsidiary of Audiovox Corporation (NASDAQ:VOXX) , gives PCS Vision(SM) customers the capability to take video and audio directly on their mobile phones and email it to anyone, anywhere on the enhanced Sprint Nationwide PCS Network.
“Sprint customers have come to expect the latest and most innovative products to be available as part of PCS Vision and Picture Mail,” said John Garcia, vice president of sales and distribution for Sprint. “We feel the Toshiba VM4050 is a handset that our customers will like not only because it is practical but because it is also easy to use.”
“This is not your typical mobile phone; this is the new generation of mobile technology,” said Philip Christopher, president and CEO of Audiovox Communications Corporation. “Sprint customers will find the VM 4050 useful for both personal and business functions.”
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