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Sanyo Katana Review

Sanyo Katana Bell Mobility

This phone came from the brains at Sanyo and made a direct competitor to the RAZR. Measuring 97mm x 51mm x 16mm (3.8″ x 2″ x .6″), the Katana is 2mm smaller, 1mm shorter, and 2mm thicker than the Motorola RAZR V3. It is also light and weights 95g (3.3oz). This is all the rage and we are waiting to see what comes from the next generation of this model.

  • Dual-band/trimode (1.9 GHz, 800 MHz)
  • Internal 2.2″ QVGA TFT LCD display with 1.0″ TFT LCD external display
  • Assisted GPS (AGPS) Ready for e9-1-1, Finder Services, Seek & Find and Business Tracking Services
  • Bluetooth® headset compatible. Profiles supported:
  • HS (Headset)
  • HF (Hands-free)
  • DUN (Dial-up Network)
  • OPP (Object Push)
  • VGA resolution camera with digital zoom, brightness control and self-timer
  • 72-chord polyphonic ringtones included, with vibration alert
  • 5.0 MB of downloadable memory
  • Wireless Internet capable with WAP 2.0 browser
  • Picture messaging capable
  • Can download ringtones, screensavers, games and applications
  • 2-way SMS/text messaging with T9™
  • Includes built-in tools: voice memos, alarm clock, calculator, calendar and countdown timers
  • Voice-activated dialling lets you place calls and access your contacts with the sound of your voice (up to 30 entries)
  • Internal antenna
  • TTY capable
  • 2-way speakerphone
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