|SANYO INCOGNITO SCP6760 BOOST MOBILE *BRAND NEW IN BOX*|
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Saint Pauls, NC, USA
|Sanyo SCP 6760 Incognito - Silver (Boost Mobile) Internet Cell Phone W/ Qwerty|
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Mascotte, FL, USA
|Boost Mobile Sanyo Incognito SCP-6760-Clean esn-Fair condition-Works perfect|
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Commerce Township, MI, USA
|Boosting a user-friendly full QWERTY keyboard, the Sanyo SCP 6760 Incognito lets you send emails and messages with ease. The Sanyo cell phone is a sleek and stylish device that supports various applications. For extra storage for your favorite songs, videos and images, this Sanyo mobile phone comes with a memory card slot. The Sanyo Cell phone provides brilliant call quality. This Sanyo mobile phone comes with a glow through touchscreen that lets you text even in the dark. Feature-loaded, the Sanyo SCP 676O Incognito phone also supports 3G and GPS.|
|Family Line||Sanyo SCP|
|Storage Capacity||60 GB|
|Network Technology||CDMA / EVDO Rev. A|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
Average review score based on 241 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Display: 2.6″ diagonal, 320 x 240 pixels, TFT
Internal Memory: 60mb
Expandable Memory: microSD
Dimensions: 4.20 x 2.20 x 0.70 inches
Weight: 4.23 oz
The SANYO Incognito SCP6760 is a horizontal clamshell phone with a roomy QWERTY keyboard. It also has a 2MP camera with a VGA camcorder capable of recording video at a resolution of 176 x 144 pixels. Other features include a music player, video player, GPS, as well as enhanced web browsing. The exterior of the phone has a mirror finish with a glow-thru external display that has a touch-sensitive keypad with haptic feedback, allowing you to control phone functions without opening the QWERTY keyboard.
Friends and families can stay connected via their favorite social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. They can also keep in touch with unlimited SMS messages as well as share content using unlimited MMS messages (Picture & Video).
The price for this phone might seem a little high, but the big deal is that it does not require a 2 year contract and I can definitely see how a $50 monthly unlimited plan would be really attractive.I would definitely consider a no contract unlimited plan like this one from Boost Mobile.
The Sanyo Incognito from Boostmobile should be the one that's a hit out of the ballpark. Simply put, Boostmobile offers unlimited EVERYTHING service at prices NO ONE ELSE CAN BEAT. Either $2/day unlimited, or $50/month unlimited.
That's a deal you can truly appreciate, when you have a phone that DOES everything, like the Incognito.
Although the Incognito doesn't have walkie-talkie, it's sleek profile, cutting edge design, and feature packed interface allow you to do more with this phone, than with any other phone in its price range...that's right: it's hard to keep in mind that this phone only costs $129 retail, less through eBay...
Instead of bloating the interface with pompous grad school apps and application suites that your desktop can barely run, the Incognito is chock full of user friendly, most wanted apps, for those who like to have fun with fun gadgets: with direct uploads to Myspace, Facebook and Twitter, full access to your FREE web mail clients, like through your ISP, Yahoo!mail, Hotmail and Google-and you can add them ALL to your mail app; a swift web browser; quick and easy access to ALL your IM friends online; and a sharp clear camera and video recorder, that at 2mp, takes some pretty good photos on auto, or with manual settings tweaked.
Blackberry wants you to pay for their email client. Incognito lets you use the FREE email clients that Google Yahoo and Windows offers thru hotmail.
Can it get any better? Yeah it can. Boostmobile is run on the Sprint Network, and while Sprint thinks they're doing you a favor offering you unlimited phone text and web for about $80, Boostmobile offer EVERYTHING, unlimited, for $50 a month...with no contract...want more? $2/day unlimited everything, no contract.,.. the only thing the Incognito does NOT have is walkie talkie, but honestly, with all the other features on that phone, when would you have the time to get around to it anyway?
I bought this phone and got a good deal on it. I like this phone, except that when someone calls you have to flip the keyguard button on the side then press the green button that appears on the front. If you dont do that, you have to open it, press the green button then close it and talk. And you cannot just put ringtones on a memory card and use them on this phone, you also cant bluetooth them to the phone and assign them as a ringtone, which sucks. You CAN bluetooth or put wallpapers on a memory card and use them, they are best when viewed at 320x240 resolution. The front of the phone is a fingerprint magnet, so be prepared.
This phone comes with pre-loaded features from boost such as navigator, yahoo, myspace, facebook and a descent web browser. I downloaded Opera Mini for my phone I didnt care a lot for the browser the phone came with myself, it was kinda slow.
Only other thing I dont like about this phone is the color, Sanyo could have made more than one color for boost, which is silver or gray however you want to look at it (they make a black phone for Sprint).
There are lots of covers, and screen protectors out there for this phone also, it takes the newer style motorola charger or LG charger which ever is handy. Also take care of the charging port/memory card covers they will eventually not fit on correctly and will need trimmed to stay in place.
There is nothing not to like about the phone’s appearance: the Incognito is a sleek rectangular clamshell with a silver mirror finish on the front, and a flat plastic finish on the back. The front panel actually makes a good hand mirror-when not in use; with a downward flick of the side button, the silvery mirror like faceplate comes alive: date and time, services in use, and a numeric keypad glow brightly. This touchscreen is quite sensitive, and you merely touch, not push, the faceplate to dial in a phone number. You can also file through your contact list from the faceplate, receive calls and oversee bluetooth tasks. There is a slight buzz sensation when touching numerals and the directional and OK buttons that you see glowing under the silver, assuring that your tactile input has been noted.
There are side panel inputs for data/power USB cable, micro SD card, and headphones; all of which are covered with rubber plugs which fit flush with the cover for a smooth look and feel. There’s a 2mp camera mounted on the back, and a square speaker grille, along with the battery compartment.
This phone has a solid feel to it; not a cheap, cheesy feeling, like the hinge is going to break, or a screw is loose somewhere. When you snap the phone open to access the QWERTY keyboard, you hear a smart click, as it snaps firmly open. The inside screen makes you wish it were bigger. There is no question the camera and video could be better.
I have no issue with the sound quality of the Incognito; reception of calls is about normal for cellphones, the speakerphone is quite crisp and clear, and the MP3 player has EQ settings which sound good just coming from the phone speaker. You can’t use the music player or the EQ until you have a micro SD card installed; music files don’t download to the phone’s internal memory.
Finally, what I like about this phone is that it comes with a few nice applications like facebook and yahoo messenger. It also comes with a myspace application and local city applications. So whenever I’m not using my phone I have other things that I can do. I think the only thing I don’t like about the Sanyo Incognito is that outside of the applications that come with it, there aren’t any others. I want to get more applications with the Sanyo Incognito. The Blackberry has this phone beat when it comes to applications.
Phone is meh, pretty much useless for web browsing but if all you want to do is text and make calls this phone will work great for you. The screen on the front of the phone drove me nuts but I didn't use the phone very much before I ported it to an Epic 4G and turned it off permanently. Boost Mobile is Sprint so you get the benefit of having an actual big provider supply your signal vs. Cricket/Metro where they are on their own networks with terrible coverage. I used mine for about a week to test out signal in NJ and Sprint coverage is very good here.
Get this phone if you are a texting maniac and get it on the cheapest boost plan. Only reason to get the $50/mo plan with shrinkage would be if you are doing what I did and plan to use the profile to get an Epic 4G or EVO onto the boost service.