Kyocera Sanyo announces its heavy texter, the SCP-2700

Kyocera Sanyo announces its heavy texter, the SCP-2700
Kyocera Sanyo’s budget texting phone, the SCP-2700 has finally been announced. It has appeared before cameras relatively often, but information about it has been pretty scarce so far. Aside from being targeted to the younger users who enjoy chatting a lot, we now know that its display measures at 2.2 inches with QVGA resolution. The most distinctive features you will find on the phone are the front-facing QWERTY keyboard and the special emoticon key. The Sanyo SCP-2700 is also equipped with a modest (or should we say “budget”) 1.3-megapixel camera and what comes as a really nice surprise – GPS navigation. There are two color variants: blue and pink (the latter also has flowers drawn around the display), both of which appeal to our visual tastes quite much. The handset will be available through Sprint, starting May 10 for $29.99 with a new two-year contract and a $50 mail-in rebate.

Sanyo SCP-2700 Preliminary Specifications

source: Sprint



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