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The Nokia N92, among the first mobile TV handhelds Nokia has produced, operates on the Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) now being tested in 40 markets worldwide. Nokia says a TV network for its cell phones will be up and running by the middle of 2006.
The Samsung MM-A940 supports a broad range of multimedia features, which include streaming video and audio from Sprint’s 3G EV-DO network.
Introduced in October, Sanyo’s MM-9000 operates on the Sprint Power Vision Network, which includes live TV.
Palm’s Treo 700w offers EV-DO access for high-speed data transfers and is available for $399.99 when purchased in conjunction with specific two-year service agreements from Verizon Wireless.