Engadget reports about three new EV-DO capable Sanyo phones which should soon hit Sprint's shelves. The new Sanyo MM-7500 is a clamshell phone with dual-color screens, with internal one supporting 262k colors and resolution of 176x220 pixels. The phone also support Sprint TV and has 1.3 mega pixel camera. It also has GPS and will come with USB-cable to be used as an EV-DO modem for a computer.
Still there is no official announcement from Sprint, but a supposed price is $379.99
Another EV-DO phone from Sanyo is the MM-9000. It is a clamshell multimedia phone with a QVGA 262k color display. On its front cover it has 1.3-megepixel camera with macro mode. MM-9000's memory can be expanded through miniSD cards.
The supposed price is $379.99.
The last one is the A940 which probably is Sprint's version of the Verizon's A970 and features the same 176x220 262k swiveling display and 2-megapixel camera. Memory can be expanded through miniSD cards.
Supposed price is $399.99