Boost Mobile has launched an interesting looking phone that Sprint has been selling for a long while – the Sanyo Innuendo. This is the successor to the Sanyo Incognito, which was Boost Mobile’s best selling handset. So while the Incognito is a tough act to follow, the Innuendo looks like it could replicate its predecessor’s success.
It retains much of what made the Incognito special, but adds a touch of modernity (since the Incognito was originally launched on Sprint all the way back in 2009). The Sanyo Innuendo has a foldable QWERTY form factor, a high gloss black and silver finish, a 2.8-inch WQVGA display, a 3.2 MP camera, stereo Bluetooth, GPS, and an external ‘glow-thru’ dialpad which you can see pictured in all its glowy glory below.
The Sanyo Innuendo costs $129.99 at Boost Mobile, and can be had with the carrier’s $50 Monthly Unlimited with Shrinkage plan, that will only cost you $45 after the first six payments, $40 after twelve payments, and $35 after 18 on time payments. The plan gives you unlimited everything: talk, text, Web.
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