Sanyo Incognito: two displays and two keyboards for all occasions

Monday, November 23, 2009

Operator Sprint introduced in the U.S. CDMA-phone Sanyo Incognito (SCP-6760). It is made in the clamshell form factor and is equipped with 1.1-inch external OLED-display and touch keypad and 2.6-inch QVGA-display and a QWERTY-keyboard. Thus, in the closed position to the usual simple phone, but in the open - a convenient solution for using e-mail, access to social networks and text messaging. In addition, the apparatus can take photos and video on the built-in 2-megapixel camera, and footage can be stored on the cards microSD.

Sanyo Incognito also supports wireless Bluetooth 2.0 interface and can play audio and video quite a wide range of formats. There is also access to services of social networks Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, as well as accounts of AOL, Yahoo, WindowsLive, Gmail. Sanyo Incognito can work to talk a little more than 5 hours. Phone goes on sale November 30, its cost will be $ 49.99 at the conclusion of a two-year contract with Sprint and discounts.