Sanyo announces SCP-8400 clamshell phone

Sanyo announces SCP-8400 clamshell phone

The Sanyo SCP-8400, successor of the MM-8300, is a dual-band (800/1900 MHz) CDMA phone with EV-DO support phone in clamshell form-factor. It lacks the analog support of its predecessor but upgrades the internal display to a QVGA one, while the camera is upped to 1.3 megapixels. The 8400 also adds music player with MP3/AAC/AAC+ formats supported, microSD slot and Bluetooth capabilities, which very few Sanyo phones featured up to now.

Now that the SCP-8400 is officially announced, we may soon see it available with Sprint as it was even expected get a launch in late August.

Source: Sanyo


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