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Simplicity still exists with the Sanyo Vero for Sprint

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Simplicity still exists with the Sanyo Vero for Sprint
Simplicity with a handset doesn't always necessarily mean some kind of boring entry-level device that doesn't command an appealing exterior. In fact, it could most likely relate to some strong core functions of a handset that can substantially prove to be compelling in light of its siding to being a basic phone.

Sprint announced today the Sanyo Vero which is an inexpensive feature phone priced as $9.99 with your signature on a 2-year agreement. Positioned to go on sale October 10th, the Vero features some surprisingly nice features that should capture the interest of some people. It includes a 2.4” internal QVGA display, 1.3” external OLED glow-thru display, 1.3-megapixel camera, aGPS, and a battery which is rated for 5.2 hours of talk. With some intriguing features in tow with the Vero, its $9.99 on-contract figure is sure to catch the gaze of some people.

Sanyo Vero Specifications

via Mobileburn

Simplicity still exists with the Sanyo Vero for Sprint
Simplicity still exists with the Sanyo Vero for Sprint

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