The iLLumiShield Screen Protector 3 – Pack for the Samsung M400 offers crystal clear visibility without sacrificing protection.
Up to four hours of talk time
2.4-inch QVGA display
The Samsung M400 is an attractive clamshell that offers a fashionable and affordable way to keep in touch with friends and family, as well as an array of accessibility features for ease of use.
The M400 features oversized keys, expandable fonts, and 911/ICE keys. It’s Bluetooth-enabled for hands-free conversations, and offers a built-in speakerphone so you can communicate any way you choose.
With web-browsing capabilities and a 2.4-inch QVGA display, you can stay online on the go. With the Samsung M400 you can easily keep the conversation going with threaded text messaging or record a voice memo for those little reminders.
And, with up to four hours of talk time on the M400’s 1000 mAh battery, you have plenty of time to chat.
- Dedicated 911, ICE (in case of emergency), speakerphone keys
- Five-way navigation and enter key
- Nuance VSuite version 4.0 text-to-speech client
- Large keypad
- Lifestyle applications built in
- Large inside / back cover display
- Messaging: IM, threaded text messaging
- Pictures: Upload, share and store pictures
- Sprint Family Locator
The Samsung M400 weighs 3.7 ounces and measures 3.8 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches. Its 1,000 mAh battery is rated at up to four hours of talk time.
What’s in the Box
Samsung M400 device; 1000 mAh ion Lithium Battery; AC Charger; English GSG; Spanish GSG; Terms and Conditions
Wireless Emergency Alerts
This device is capable of receiving optional alerts from local, state and national emergency management officials. Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), also known as Commercial Mobile Alert System or CMAS, is a national alert system that enables rapid dissemination of warnings and safety information via text alerts to wireless phones based on their geographic location. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is responsible for receiving the safety information and forwarding the alerts to participating wireless carriers such as Sprint. Alerts can come from the President of the United States, the National Weather Service (NWS) or state and local emergency operations centers. This system is integrated with the national alert system that serves television and radio stations today.