Video Tour: Sanyo SCP-3810
Phone Scoop gives Sanyo's latest flip phone for Sprint a spin. It has classic looks and a great keypad. It may lack the features of some of its competitors, but what it does, it does right.
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Here is a video tour of the Sanyo SCP-3810, a new clamshell phone for Sprint. You can watch it here:
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