Comments: 0Wednesday, August 1st 2007 - 11:16 CEST
The feature-packed Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 offers a bright and large 4-inch, 16:9 widescreen LCD touch screen display for intuitive, easy to use navigation. The compact system employs advanced text-to-speech, turn-by-turn navigation which provides audible directions, announcing street names upon approach. Pre-installed maps contain complete US data (including Alaska and Hawaii), plus Canada and Puerto Rico. Over 1.8 million points of interest are included, which provide convenient information for locating airports, hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues along your route. The Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 (black) is now available in the US at an suggested retail price of $499.99.
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Comments: 0Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 11:00 CEST
Sanyo announced the ultra-rugged SCP-7050, 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. The SCP-7050 also supports advanced GPS-based Java applications and Bluetooth wireless technology for enhanced workforce productivity. The Sanyo 7050 will be available in April through Sprint retail channels. Suggested retail price is $149.99.
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Comments: 0Thursday, February 22nd 2007 - 22:38 CET
Sprint and Sanyo today announced the full channel availability of the M1 by Sanyo, a Sprint Power Vision enabled wireless phone that offers an unprecedented combination of features and capabilities aimed at today’s mobile music and entertainment users. As Sprint’s first phone with 1GB of internal memory, the M1 By Sanyo features storage for up to 16 hours of music and other multimedia files including pictures and video clips.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 12th 2007 - 04:27 CET
Sprint and Sanyo announced the full-channel availability of the M1 by Sanyo, a Sprint Power Vision enabled wireless phone that offers an unprecedented combination of features and capabilities aimed at today's mobile music and entertainment users. As Sprint's first phone with 1GB of internal memory, the M1 By Sanyo features storage for up to 16 hours of music and other multimedia files including pictures, video clips and voice recording. The M1 by Sanyo's advanced power management offers up to 18 hours of continuous music-playing time to support extended use of the multimedia capabilities. Additional key features include stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto-focus.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 03:24 CET
Sanyo announced planned availability of the next generation in Sanyo’s popular 8000 Series phones, the SCP-8400 by Sanyo. Long considered Sanyo’s “go-to” camera phone, the latest edition is packed with advanced features for entertainment and productivity including Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, high-resolution QVGA internal screen, music player, removable memory card, and the ability to operate on the high-speed Sprint Power VisionSM Network.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 03:20 CET
Consumers now have more choice in color mobile phones, as Sprint and Sanyo announce today the introduction of the Sprint PCS VisionSMPhone SCP-3100 by Sanyo. Available in four trendy colors, pure silver, blue energy, always pink, and the hottest color to go mobile, Espresso, the SCP-3100 by Sanyo offers style and convenience. The phone is Sprint PCS Vision- and Ready Link-capable and features a high-quality speakerphone, SMS Text Messaging and a large external LCD.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 03:16 CET
This phone offers a free parental control feature, allowing parents to easily manage whom the child calls and who can call the child. A parent simply enters the phone numbers of those individuals the child is permitted to call and/or receive calls from in the phone’s address book, and then clicks on the Parental Control icon on the main menu to limit use to Phone Book Only for both incoming and/or outgoing direct calls. After the parent limits the phone’s use in this way, other phone numbers would be restricted. Parents can also lock services like Sprint PCS Ready Link and Sprint PCS Vision, which can help the child to avoid data charges that may not be included as part of the families’ wireless pricing plan.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 03:14 CET
Color trends have always been integral in driving the direction of the fashion world. Now, Sprint and Sanyo are advancing the role of the wireless phone as today’s hottest fashion accessory with a significant expansion of color choice availability. The expansion includes last month’s introduction of the Sprint PCS Voice Phone SCP-200 by Sanyo and today’s launch of the Sprint PCS Vision Phone VI-2300 by Sanyo. Combined, the two phones will be available in a total of nine different color options.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 03:12 CET
The legendary Katana, best known as a precision instrument sword used by the Samurai, has a new identity, that of a cutting-edge wireless phone by Sprint and Sanyo. This ultra-thin, affordable phone features Bluetooth Wireless Technology and a built-in camera and is designed to appeal to the fashion-centric consumer who likes to make a statement with the wireless phone he or she carries. Making its debut throughout the month of July in four bold colors, including Mystic Black, Blue Sapphire, Cherry Blossom Pink, and Polar White, which is a color that will be sold exclusively at RadioShack. the Katana will be available at Sprint Stores, online the sprint website and at select third-party retailers for $279.99 or $79.99.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 02:55 CET
In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Qwest and Sanyo announced that they have extended support to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation through the proceeds from sales of Qwest Communications International Inc. The program, which began in June and was to end October 31, has been extended through December 31, 2006, and now includes three pink phones. Ten percent of all retail sales of the pink phones through December 31 will be donated to the Komen Foundation with an extended maximum donation of $150,000. Three pink phones by Qwest and Sanyo are now available at all 100 Qwest retail locations in Qwest’s 14-state service area. In addition to Qwest retail locations, the new phones will be sold through Qwest’s call centers and
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