Feature phone freaks on Sprint can gear up for the Sanyo Innuendo, a thin little flip phone with a touch-sensitive front display. This very basic phone does come with some nifty features that youngsters might like, and it seems like a decent deal at just $50 with a two-year contract and mail-in-rebates for those heading back to school.
Outside you can see the time, controls for media, and a touch-sensitive numeric pad. When you flip it open, you have a full QWERTY keyboard and a 2.8-inch display. Sprint also included some social networking features and other items as well:
Or shoot off status updates on your favorite social networking sites such as Facebook® or MySpace with dedicated social networking tiles and emoticon shortcut keys. Plus, with Sprint One Click you can customize your phone with the things you use most – email, music, GPS navigation and Web with Google Search™.
If you’re looking for a decent feature phone (or dumbphone) on the cheap, the Sanyo Innuendo looks like a pretty nice deal. But for the same price and Sprint’s Simply Everything 450 plan, you can grab yourself a BlackBerry Curve 8530 and it wouldn’t cost you a penny more.