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Performance and Conclusion:

Call performance on the Sanyo Innuendo was fairly good.  Callers sounded much more natural than we’ve come to expect from Sanyo phones.  They were loud and clear, an 8/10 on our end.  We found similar feelings on the other end as callers also rated us 8/10, saying that we sounded pretty much ok but if they had to pick something we were a bit hollow.  Battery is a mere 4.5 hours, which will get almost anyone through the day but well below what modern CDMA featurephones are getting.

The Sanyo Innuendo is good at what it does, and addresses a lot of the shortcomings of the Incognito it replaces.  With its curvy lines, mirrored finish and reworked keypad this is a much more stylish phone.  Performance was solid all around; it didn’t stand out in anything but at the same time it didn’t disappoint either.  It faces some tough competition with the LG Rumor Touch positioned along side of it in Sprint’s lineup, but for those not wanting an actual touch screen the Innuendo is a good choice.

Sanyo Innuendo Video Review:


  • Keyboard is much better to use than the Incognito
  • Modern styling with more attention to detail
  • Good feel in the hand


  • Battery life could be better
  • Display easily washed out

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