Network
Data3G, EVDO, 1xEVDO
Size/Design
AntennaInternal
DesignClamshell
Dimensions4" x 2" x 0.94" (102 x 51 x 23.9 mm)
Headset Jack2.5 mm
Keyboard/ButtonsStandard 12 button
Side KeysYes
Weight4.7 oz (133 g)
Battery
Standby Time?
Talk Time6.1 hours (366 minutes)
TypeLithium Ion
Display
2nd Displaymonochrome 1" 96 x 64 pixels
Colors262, 144 (18-bit)
Resolution240 x 320 pixels 2"
TypeTFT, TFD, LCD (Color)
Camera and Video
Camera FeaturesVideo capture, PictBridge, multi-shot, brightness, white balance functions, night mode, dedicated key
FlashLED
Megapixels2.0
Data Messaging
Predictive Text EntryYes
Text Message TemplatesYes
Text MessagingMMS, SMS
Music and Multimedia
GPS NavigationYes
Music PlayerYes, MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA
Speaker PhoneYes
Connectivity
BluetoothYes, v2.0+EDR Supported Profiles: HSP, HFP 1.5, PBA, A2DP, AVRC, OPP, FTP, DUN, BPP
Java ApplicationsYes
Memory40 MB internal
Memory Card SlotTransFlash, MicroSD
Web BrowserYes
Organizer
AlarmYes
CalculatorYes
CalendarYes
To-Do ListYes
Voice RecorderYes
Phone Book
Capacity600
Multi Numbers per NameYes
Photo Caller IDYes
Ringer IDYes
Voice DialingYes
Other Features
Flight ModeYes
Hearing Aid CompatibleYes, M4, T4
Multiple LanguagesYes
Polyphonic RingerYes
Vibrate AlertYes

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3.4
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When Sprint acquired Nextel, the company inherited a long line of rugged devices. Just recently, however, Sprint partnered with Sanyo and decided to release their own rugged device, the Sanyo Taho. It does not feature the Direct Connect: Push-to-Talk feature that became so popular with Nextel's phones, nor does it include handy tools for "outdoorsmen" that Casio has outfitted their rugged phones with. Still, it meets military standards and should be able to hold up through thick and thin,... more...

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