Sharp could’ve made this phone, but no, this one’s from Sanyo. Soon to be one of Sprint’s mobile phone offerings, the Sanyo Katana Eclipse is a new music-centric clamshell phone that’s just been blessed by the FCC.
It looks like its sharpness only extends to its name, though, because a look at its specs won’t leave too many people impressed.
As a music phone, the Sanyo Katana Eclipse will come with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as dedicated music keys on its external flap.
It supports Sprint’s high-speed EV-DO network, as well as Sprint Navigation with GPS and Sprint TV to keep you company.
It’s a phone that shouldn’t let down on multimedia, so expandable storage and a 2 megapixel aren’t that much of a surprise. Perhaps, when we hear that someone’s been able to slice even breakfast at their table, we’ll believe.
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