These phones may not sport a pink ribbon, but Qwest said in August it will sell two limited edition, pink SANYO phones to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure to help fight breast cancer. Qwest and SANYO together will donate 10 percent of retail sales from the two handsets through October; a minimum of $50,000, and a maximum of $100,000. The SANYO handsets are the Katana II and the SCP-3200. The Katana II features a sleek, ultra-slim form factor, Bluetooth, built-in digital camera and a high-resolution 2.2-inch color display. The Katana was the number one handset for accessing the Web in Q1 2007 according to Bango. The SCP-3200 handset features a high-quality digital camera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, and push-to-talk functionality.
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