Comments: 0Friday, May 27th 2011 - 20:40 CEST
Kyocera provider of Kyocera- and Sanyo Smartphones, announced the latest Smartphone from Boost Mobile, the Sanyo Innuendo by Kyocera. The new Sanyo Innuendo with QWERTY keypad sports an elegant, high-gloss black and silver finish that comes to life with a unique external glow-thru dial pad and sub-display outside and a vivid 2.8-inch, WQVGA internal display. The New Sanyo Innuendo Smartphone is the successor to the Sanyo Incognito Smartphone providing a larger screen and a higher-resolution, 3.2 megapixel digital camera.
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Comments: 0Friday, November 12th 2010 - 18:00 CET
Proving that a wireless handset can be smart, attractive and unique to each individual, the Android powered Sanyo Zio mobile phone features Sprint ID, a user-friendly new means of customizing Android content on mobile phones. Sprint ID allows Sanyo Zio mobile phone users to instantly download ID packs that deliver a predefined experience, including mobile applications, widgets, ringtones and wallpapers, all at once in a compact mobile device. As beautiful as it is powerful, the new Sanyo mobile phone is only .5” thick and weighs only 3.7 ounces, making it one of the thinnest, lightest Android mobile phone on the market.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 7th 2010 - 21:55 CEST
Sanyo introduces the VPC-PD1 mini camcorder with Full HD videos and 10 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom. Minimal dimensions with maximum performance - that’s what the new pocket camcorder from SANYO has to offer. Although the ultra-compact Sanyo PD1 is not much bigger than a mobile phone, the Sanyo Xacti camcorder comes with an impressive range of technical features. For example, the Sanyo Xacti PD1 camcorder can shoot videos in Full HD with 1.080 30p, and the 3x optical zoom allows you to zoom in clearly on distant objects. The new Sanyo Xacti camcorder will be presented for the first time at the photokina 2010.
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Comments: 0Monday, February 1st 2010 - 00:10 CET
Boost Mobile adds another addition to its ever-expanding handset line-up. Building on the launch of Monthly Unlimited on the Nationwide Sprint Network earlier this month, Boost Mobile and Kyocera Communications announce the availability of Boost’s first-ever QWERTY clamshell phone, the Sanyo Incognito by Kyocera at a reduced price of $129.99. This launch pricing represents a $20 discount compared to the originally announced price of $149.99. Sanyo Incognito users will benefit from features such as advanced music, video and 3G Web browsing capabilities, and with the Boost Mobile Monthly Unlimited plan they can also enjoy unlimited nationwide voice, text messaging and Web for just $50 a month without an annual contract.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 8th 2008 - 00:00 CET
Recognizing that customers want instant wireless connectivity without sacrificing fashion, Sprint and Sanyo announce the availability of the Sprint Power Vision Phone Katana DLX by Sanyo. Operating on the Sprint Mobile Broadband network, Katana DLX by Sanyo provides easy access to Sprint's exclusive multimedia content, including the Sprint Music Store. The Sprint Music Store provides customers with quick over-the-air song downloads for just 99 cents each with a Power Vision data pack.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 7th 2008 - 23:30 CET
Sanyo's ultra-rugged SCP-7050 is the first Sanyo phone that adheres to Military Standard 810F for dust, shock and vibration. Ideal for business users with mobile field operations such as those in construction, maintenance and other tough environments, the SCP-7050 by Sanyo is also perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who will appreciate the phone for the textured anti-slip rubber grip that wraps around the back and sides of the phone, offering a sure hold and added surface protection. The SCP-7050 also supports advanced GPS-based Java applications and Bluetooth wireless technology for enhanced workforce productivity.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, October 17th 2007 - 15:00 CEST
Sleek, ultra-lightweight and easy-to-use, the Sanyo S1 mobile phone is wrapped in a silky, soft-touch finish that feels great in your hand. The Sanyo S1 mobile phone also supports advanced features, including a high-quality rear-ported 24mm speakerphone - perfect for hands-free conversations, Bluetooth wireless technology and Sprint Vision services.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 26th 2007 - 17:20 CEST
Sanyo introduces the world's smallest and lightest 720p high definition digital movie camera - the Sanyo Xacti HD700 - a single unit capable of recording both movies and pictures easily with any SD/SDHC memory card. the Sanyo HD700, sporting a highly portable stylish and slim body, is specifically designed for publishing high quality movies and high resolution still images in a format that is highly compatible with Internet sites such as online social networking sites, including blogs. The Sanyo Xacti HD700 becomes the perfect advanced communication tool answering the ever-changing and growing needs of the information age. The Sanyo HD700 will be on sale from October 19, 2007.
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Comments: 0Thursday, September 13th 2007 - 17:32 CEST
SANYO, one of the world's largest manufacturers of projectors introduces the mobile PLC-WXU10 and PLC-WXU30 projectors during CEDIA EXPO this week in Denver, CO. Offering a full 1280 x 800 resolution, the PLC-WXU10 and PLC-WXU30 make it possible to project high-quality HD images from virtually any location. At 2000 and 3700 lumens, respectively, these extremely bright, yet compact, projectors are equally comfortable entertaining the whole family with exquisite HD images from cable/satellite or DVD sources as they are delivering a PC-based business presentation to a select audience in the work place or projecting larger-than life video from today's best game consoles.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, August 29th 2007 - 16:35 CEST
Qwest Communications International Inc. announced that it has added the ultra-rugged Sanyo 7050 to its lineup of handsets. The Sanyo 7050 meets official US Military Standard 810F specifications for vibration, dust and shock and features a high-quality speakerphone, tough rubber Dura-Grip- and voice-activated dialing. In addition to withstanding harsh physical demands, the Sanyo 7050 supports the latest communications features that business professionals expect, including autonomous global positioning system (GPS) functionality and Bluetooth- wireless headset readiness.
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