Sprint and Kyocera Communications, have launched Sanyo Incognito SCP-6760, which includes media and messaging features, OLED external display, QWERTY keyboard and a 2.6-inch QVGA internal display.
The companies said that the new phone comes with 2.0 megapixel camera, music and video features, and expandable microSD memory and offers access to the web, email and text messaging.
According to the companies, the new offering includes media and messaging applications including Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter from Sprint One Click carousel; Sprint Navigation’s voice and on-screen, turn-by-turn driving directions; NFL Mobile Live, Nascar Sprint Cup Mobile and real-time scores and statistics; and mobile email for access to AOL, Yahoo, WindowsLive, Gmail and corporate email. It also supports AAC/AAC+/MP3/WMA music files and H.263/H.264/MPEG4/WMV video formats.
Atsushi Kodera, vice president and deputy general manager of Kyocera Communications, said: “I’m sure Incognito will be topping many holiday gift lists this season. It’s such a clean, sophisticated looking phone but there are so many features at your fingertips when you turn on the glow-through display and open the QWERTY flip. With its amazing combination of style and functionality for less than $50, it’s about as foolproof a gift idea as you’ll see this year.”