Still mobile, Sanyo unveils Sprint handsets

The SCP-3200 shows Sanyo's still in the phone business, for now. The basic clamshell phone includes Bluetooth, GPS, a speakerphone, a VGA camera, Web and e-mail access, plus voice-activated dialing.

Sanyo SCP-3200
Sanyo SCP-3200 Sprint

Despite earlier speculation that Sanyo may shut down its mobile division , it looks like Sanyo and Sprint are trucking on with brand-new handsets.

Today Sprint announced the Sanyo SCP-3200, a fairly basic clamshell with Bluetooth, GPS, a speakerphone, a VGA camera, Web and e-mail access, plus voice-activated dialing. Available colors include Midnight Black, Playful Pink, and Atlantic Blue. You can get it for $200 retail, or as low as $50 if you're willing to sign a two-year agreement with Sprint.

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Nicole Lee is a senior associate editor for CNET, covering cell phones, Bluetooth headsets, and all things mobile. She's also a fan of comic books, video games, and of course, shiny gadgets.

 

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