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Sanyo 3810 Now for Sale from Sprint Nextel

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Nov 1, 2009, 3:44 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint Nextel recently made the Sanyo SCP-3810 for sale. The 3810 is an entry-level clamshell that has a hidden external LCD, 1.3 megapixel camera, GPS (for navigation and geo-taggin images) and Bluetooth 2.0. Sprint calls out the 3810's large keypad, 2.4-inch screen, and adjustable fonts for those who like an easier-to-use handset. It supports mobile email, threaded SMS, Picture Mail, and IM messaging services. The 3810 is free after rebates with new agreement.

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Nov 2, 2009, 1:06 AM


well someone had to say it
Boring to you is simple to others who do not need a complex smart phone with every feature and app known to man.

Some people just want a cell phone. Not a mobile computer.
What exactly were you hoping for considering it's *FREE*?
For those of us who have friends or relatives reluctant to upgrade from their comfortable, ancient brick of a phone, the Sanyo SCP-3810 might be the phone to do it.

My siblings and I, as well as Mum's contemporaries who have been quicker than she t...
Cool! Now I can upgrade my parents from their 5 year old Toshiba 4050. It may be a boring phone, but I know my 90 year old father could never figure out my HTC Hero..

Nov 2, 2009, 11:16 AM

It's About Time

Keep in mind that I don't need a smartphone and I'm not a texting nut. I have always loved a flip phone because I use my phone to talk. Yep, that's right, I actually use a phone for talking as my primary use. My first phone was a Sanyo 8400 and I loved it. It lasted forever and I could always get reception where my other Sprint friends couldn't. This is exactly what I've been looking for. I am currently using another phone with Sprint and hate it. I got my 3810 yesterday and my parents are jealous because you can make the fonts HUGE!!!. I know what I'm getting them for Christmas. By the way, I wasn't sure what phone I was going to get and I couldn't believe that the Sanyo 3810 was one of only 2 flip phones available from Sprint. What...
I agree. I've always had a flip phone, and my last two Sanyo's have been very good. I have an Ipod touch for all the bells and whistles and apps. I just hope the quality is the same since Sanyo has been bought out.
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