Sanyo SCP-4700

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The Sanyo SCP-4700 is a dual-mode bar-style phone released by Sanyo around early 2002.

It is a successor to the SCP-4500, adding a proper CMX synthesizer for ringtones.

Specs

Basics

SCP-4700
HW Platform/ChipsetQualcomm MSM3100 (ARM7TDMI)
SW Platform/OSSanyo Proprietary (Qualcomm REX OS-based)
Display 96 x 44, STN, monochrome
Fixed status bar
LED IndicatorRed
Phonebook capacity300
Charging and data connectorSanyo SCP-4000 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: AEZSCP-47H (approved 2002-07-15)

Connectivity

SCP-4700
Operating modesCDMA (1900)
AMPS (850)
DataCSD
IrDANo
BluetoothNo
PC LinkSupports data tethering

Media

SCP-4700
Speaker configurationEar speaker and loudspeaker
Line out2.5mm headset jack
SynthesizerCMX 1.1
ExtrasVoice ringer

Messaging

SCP-4700
SMSCan receive only
EMSNo
MMSNo

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

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