FCC Reveals Sanyo Bar Phone
Sep 13, 2007, 7:24 PM by (staff)
The FCC today approved the Sanyo S1, the company's return to bar phone for Sprint. Like Sanyo's original bar phones, the S1 is thin - 11.1mm - however that's not uncommon for current handsets. The S1 is an entry level phone with Bluetooth, no camera is even visible in the initial documents. Sprint previewed this phone at an event last month with indications it is due out before the holidays.
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Full keyboard sanyo to follow?
NOT the first bar phone in 5 years
Arent you guys forgetting the 4920 and 4930? That was like 2 years ago
And don't forget the 4700...although that was more brick-like.