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I got the sanyo incognito two weeks ago and love it, I get great servise all the time. I love all the features on it the camera and video camera, i like that it has facebook email, and the web. I love boost mobile for the low prices for their phone and plans.
I switched from AT&T to Boost Mobile after my monthly payments were starting to get more expensive. I wanted a plan that was unlimited, but didn't want to spend that much, so Boost was the prefect provider with their $50/month Unlimited service. I'm always texting so I wanted a phone with a full QWERTY keyboard, and this was a great choice. I love this phone so much. It's so simple to use with Sprint's one click interface. The camera is of great quality for a phone, although the camcorder feature isn't that great. The speaker is very loud and provides good sound. I have some MP3s loaded on a MicroSD card, and the speaker is very strong, even at full volume. I would reccomend this phone to anyone looking for a good Boost phone.
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.
I only pay like $51/month to have excellent service and unlimited everything! This phone makes the entire package worth it. No monthly contract and very few taxes stacked on top of the $50/month plan.
I recommend this phone and service to anyone that wants to kick Verizon and AT&T in the balls. I don't even live in the city and I still get pretty good service.
THIS PHONE DOES EVERYTHING I NEED--ESPECIALLY IF YOU LIKE TO TEXT. I DROPPED MY PLAN WITH VERISON DROID TO MAKE THE SWITCH TO BOOST MOBILE WITH THIS PHONE--HAD TO PAY AN EARLY ACTIVATION CANCEL FEE TO VERISON--BUT IT WAS WELL WORTH IT. I GET EVERYTHING I HAD WITH VERISON FOR $50/MONTH ($54.10 WITH TAXES). I WAS PAYING VERISON $117/MONTH FOR THE SAME THING. SO IF YOU WANT TO TELL VERISON OR AT&T TO SHOVE IT, GO TO BOOST MOBILE WITH THIS PHONE. I LIVE IN WA STATE AND HAVE NOT HAD A PROBLEM WITH COVERAGE YET. LOVE THIS PHONE AND BOOST MOBILE. THANK YOU BOOST MOBILE FOR SAVING ME ABOUT $70/MONTH. GET IT--YOU WON'T BE DISSAPOINTED.
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 love the phone that I have bought...I switched from verizon to boost..so w/ new services comes a new phone. I love the Qwerty keyboard...thanks:)
Its a very excellent phone if you're a texting machine like I am. It reminds you of the Envy touch phone just at a cheaper price and I like that as well. It does take some getting used to the touch screen on the front. As it disappears within a minute of you not using it. And I like the fact that you can lock and unlock the keypad on the front. The keyboard is very spaceous. My fingers actually are able to push each button instead of wondering if im going to hit two buttons at once or do I have to use my fingernail to push each button like I did with most phones with a small keyboard. All around the Sanyo Incognito is a very good phone, from the touch screen on the front, to the full keyboard on the inside, to the video/digital camera. One of the best purchases I have made.
The sanyo incognito for Boost mobile is a great phone for the Boost mobile service. This phone is a CDMA phone which uses the sprint network, so it has way better reception than boost's IDEN/Nextel network phones(the ones whit walkie-talkie/ptt). It is a fairly cheap phone considering its capabilities. I completely recommend this phone for anybody who has or is considering getting Boost mobile.
On a side note i also recommend downloading the java app " opera mini 5 " which is a full internet browser instead of a mobile internet browser. It lets you see web pages the way they were meant to be seen.
Finally got to examine this phone carefully and look at all the futures. this by far is one of the best boost mobile phones out there. with many futures and ready load applications like facebook and myspace. this phone is for you to stand in touch. great keyboard for texting and it's stylish looks is what makes it kills all the time. Since this phone runs on sprint reliable 3G Network it does not get any better than that. Boost mobile CDMA is so far the best since boost kept coming up with them drop calls iDen phones