Sanyo SCP-7050 mobile phone meets military standards for toughness
September 3, 2007
September 4, 2007 Sanyo has added the rugged SCP-7050 to its range of mobile phones. Adhering to military standards for dust, shock and vibration, the clam-shell type phone features a durable rubber non slip exterior designed for use in physically demanding environments, full Bluetooth functionality, high quality display and built-in GPS capabilities.
Another draw card for theSanyo SCP-7050 is its simplicity. With no camera function, limited personalized options and no music player, the phone sticks to only the basic features and will be attractive to users after a solid phone with no complicated software to navigate through.
Apart from the fact that the phone has been tested and adheres to durability specifications set out by the US military, in particular “Standard 810F for shock, vibration and dust”, it includes autonomous GPS functionality allowing the use of Telenav GPS Navigation, which provides turn-by-turn directions to your destination.
Other specifications of the Sanyo SCP-7050 include:
• 2.0 inch 240x360 pixel main screen, and 96x64 pixel external screen
• Address book that holds up to 500 entries
• 12.0MB memory
• 1000 mAh Li-Ion battery
• Voice-activated dialing,
• Bluetooth and email functionality
• World clock
This new Sanyo mobile phone with military specifications for durability is available now for US$99.00.