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Sanyo – Incognito SCP-6760 (Sprint)

Well, now that there’s a phone battle going down, I’d like to voice my interest phone of the year.

Sanyo is a very reliable brand in both hardware, design, and firmware.  Too bad it’s exclusive to Sprint.  I believe Sanyo is to release the Incognito this December.  It looks so sexy.  The design is, well, unique in my opinion.   You need their ‘Everything Plan’ to support this phone.

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Yes, the external screen disappears, and its of course a touch screen.  Full QWERTY keyboard inside, and the stats are..

Modes:  CDMA 850 / CDMA 1900
Weight: 4.23 oz   (120 g)
Dimensions:  4.2″ x 2.2″ x 0.7″   (107 x 56 x 17.8 mm)
Internal Antenna
Battery Talk: 5.1 hours max.   (306 minutes), unknown standby time
840 mAh   LiIon battery
Display Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)
Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA)
2.6″   diagonal
Colors: 262,144 (18-bit)
Platform / OS (proprietary)
Processor ?
Memory 60 MB   (internal memory available to user for storage)
Phone Book Capacity 600

GPS / Location Type: A-GPS
supports LBS (navigation)

Adjustable Text Size for messages only
Digital TTY/TDD
Hearing Aid Compatible Rating: M4, T4 (very tele-coil compatible)
Multiple Languages Languages Supported: English, Spanish

External Display monochrome OLED / 1.1-inch, 128 x 64 pixels
Polyphonic Ringtones Chords: 72
Vibrate Yes

Bluetooth Supported Profiles: HSP, HFP 1.5, OPP, FTP, DUN, PBA, A2DP, AVRC, BPP
version 2.0+EDR
USB built-in micro-USB connector / supports mass storage mode (for memory card)
Multiple Numbers per Name Numbers per entry: 7
plus email addresses
Picture ID

Ringer ID

Voice Dialing Type: Speaker-independent (automatic)

Custom Graphics
Custom Ringtones
Real-Music Ringers Supported Formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, QCELP

Flight Mode
High-Speed Data Technology: 1xEV-DO r0
WAP / Web Browser Browser Software: NetFront 3.5.1
WAP 2.0

Predictive Text Entry Technology: XT9
Side Keys lock on left / volume, speaker on right

Memory Card Slot Card Type: microSD (TransFlash)
1 GB card included / supports up to at least 16 GB

Email Client Protocols Supported: IMAP, POP, SMTP, Exchange (OWA)
Instant Messaging Networks Supported: AOL, Windows Live, Yahoo!
Text Messaging (SMS) 2-Way
Text Messaging Templates Number of Templates: 20

Music Player can play music in background

Camera Resolution: 2+ megapixel
night mode, multi-shot, digital zoom, timer, brightness, white balance functions
Streaming Video

Video Capture Max. Length: 120 minutes
up to QCIF resolution (176 x 144 pixels)

Calendar with Outlook sync
To-Do List
Voice Memo Number of entries: 300
can also record calls
Java (J2ME)
2.5mm head set jack
Speaker Phone

I can personally vouch for the durability of Sanyo Phones.  Back in the day, I have a Sanyo 8100, and i took it with me to a roller coaster, the one that swings side to side, higher and higher.  Well the phone somehow got out of my pocket, and after a few futile attempts to snatch it out of mid air, I watched it fall to the ground and shatter.  I spent 20 minutes with Naota finding the pieces, and after putting them together, the phone still worked!  Yes the screen was smashed, I had to identify all callers by ringtone, and some other broken stuff,  but hey, it bloody worked!  Pretty damn good lads!

Sanyo FTW.

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  1. Comments  Sanyo - Incognito SCP-6760 (Sprint) | Geek Montage   |  Wednesday, 25 November 2009 at 10:00 PM

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