Sanyo Innuendo For Sprint is One Sweet Looking Phone

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Sure it’s not some fancy smart phone, but it is a sweet looking and certainly unique. The new Sanyo Innuendo has a 3.2 mp camera, 2.8” WQVGA display with qwerty keyboard along with glow through keypad on the front.

Those who believe beauty is only skin deep may reconsider when they get a look at the new Sanyo Innuendo™ by Kyocera. Kyocera Communications Inc., provider of Kyocera- and Sanyo-branded wireless devices, today announced the immediate availability of Innuendo through Sprint retail channels. At rest, Innuendo sports an elegant, high-gloss blue finish. When in use, however, a unique glow-thru dial pad and sub-display come to life and the phone opens to reveal a vivid 2.8-inch WQVGA internal display with full QWERTY keypad and quick access to customized features. Innuendo puts both entertainment and productivity front and center with a music player, 3.2 MP camera and video camcorder plus threaded text and picture messaging and “push” email from the most popular services.


“The glow-thru keypad is striking as it comes to life and activates a phone that elegantly blends fashion and style with entertainment, messaging and social networking. This is a powerhouse phone at a fantastic price.”

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Innuendo is available in all Sprint retail channels including http://www.sprint.com and 1-800-Sprint1 for just $49.99 with a new line or eligible upgrade, two-year service agreement, after a $50 mail-in rebate (taxes excluded).

 

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Offering numerous ways to stay entertained and connected, Innuendo allows users to watch Sprint TV® or YouTube™ videos; listen to music that’s been side-loaded on the 1GB microSD memory card (included with phone) or downloaded from Sprint’s music store application; update social media sites; play games or send favorite pics with Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). Innuendo users also have access to thousands of additional downloadable applications through GetJar, including games, social media, messaging and entertainment.

The handset’s external dial pad and OLED display glow through the external mirrored surface, then “disappear” when not in use. A proximity sensor automatically disables the external keys when close to the face to prevent accidental dialing. To help ensure Innuendo is personalized for each individual user, Sprint® One Click brings favorite features right to the main screen, allowing selection of 15 of the most often used features such as social media (Facebook®), sports (ESPN), news (CNN), entertainment (E! Online) and so much more.

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