It was back in September 2010 when Sprint launched Sanyo Innuendo by Kyocera. Now its “child company” Boost Mobile is taking the same route announcing the phone as successor to Incognito, which is said to be one of the best-selling phones on the youth-focused network.
As you may remember, the Innuendo is a clamshell device with two screens (internal is 2.8-inch WQVGA) and full QWERTY keyboard. Rest of the specs includes a 3.2-megapixel camera, external touch-sensitive keypad, GPS, speakerphone, Bluetooth connectivity support and a memory card slot. When it comes to pre-installed apps, the phone has a web browser, media player, and IM and email clients.
All this could be yours for $129.99 (excluding taxes) at Boost Mobile’s website and retail stores, select independent wireless dealers, as well as major retail outlets across the country.
The Sanyo Innuendo is available on Boost Mobile’s $50 Monthly Unlimited with Shrinkage plan, where the longer you stay, the less you pay. For every six on-time payments, your monthly cost will shrink by $5, eventually getting down to $35 a month.