Sprint Aims for the Kiddies with the Sanyo SCP-8400

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Sprint’s finally ready to release the Sanyo SCP-8400. The new phone has a high resolution 2″ QVGA screen, can play MP3/ACC, can take pictures at 1.3MP, and of course, is Bluetooth capable.

The main feature that should compel the younger audience is the phone’s ability to download and stream music and video from Sprint’s Power Vision network–I’ve never used the service, but I’ve heard good things. With its 1GB of storage and three color options, maybe some kids will actually buy this thing, because, you know, kids love colors.

Sanyo SCP-8400 For Sprint [MobileWhack via

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