Sanyo Katana Eclipse

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A Sanyo Katana Eclipse, opened and powered on.

The Sanyo Katana Eclipse, also known as the Sanyo SCP-6750 is a CDMA clamshell phone released by Sanyo in 2008.

It is the fifth and final addition to the Katana family of Sanyo phones, combining all of the features of the previous Katana, while adding many features of its own, like a microSD card slot.

Specs

Basics

SCP-6750
HW Platform/Chipset?
SW Platform/OSSanyo Proprietary (Qualcomm REX OS-based)
Display 176 x 220, TFT, 16-bit colour
Sub-display96 x 64, TFT, 16-bit colour
LED IndicatorMulti-colour
SensorsA-GPS
Flash memory?
RAM?
Phonebook capacity500
Charging and data connectorMicroUSB
Regulatory infoFCC ID: JOYSCP-6750 (approved 2008-07-18)

Connectivity

SCP-6750
Operating modesCDMA (850/1900)
Data1xEV-DO
IrDANo
BluetoothYes, v2.0
Bluetooth profilesHSP, HFP, DUN, OPP, PBA, A2DP, AVRC, BPP
PC LinkMass storage mode via USB

Media

SCP-6750
Rear camera1.3 MP
Supported image formatsJPEG, PMD
Supported sound formatsMID, PMD, QCP
Speaker configurationEar speaker, loudspeaker
Line out2.5mm jack
SynthesizerCMX 4.1 synth

Messaging

SCP-6750
SMSYes
EMSNo
MMSNo

Software

SCP-6750
JavaYes
BREWNo

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

  • Any MicroUSB charger