This is really a cellphone with an MP3 player in it but I thought it sounded so cool. The Sanyo MVP will be launched nationwide in February.
Targeted to avid sports fans, the SANYO MVP is designed to work on a high-speed “EV-DO” (Evolution Data Optimized) wireless network, enabling it to deliver the world of ESPN at ultra-fast speeds.
The SANYO MVP will give Mobile ESPN users one-touch, real-time access to personalized sports content, including the ESPN BottomLine scores and headlines service; Gamecast – a live, graphical representation of games; player and team statistics; ESPN video clips and game highlights; ESPN commentary and analysis; sports alerts and fantasy updates. Among its myriad features, the multimedia SANYO MVP will also offer a high-resolution color display; external color picture caller ID; built-in 1.3 megapixel digital camera with flash; video recording capabilities; MP3 music player; 16MB miniSD memory card and voice recorder.
The SANYO MVP is designed to operate on a new CDMA wireless network technology referred to as “EV-DO”, which provides Broadband-like download speeds. This enables extremely fast access to ESPN’s sports content, as well as fast Internet browsing, email access and downloads.
Utilizing a 2.1-inch, 260K-color QVGA LCD, the main display of SANYO MVP is larger, has a richer color palette and delivers three times as much resolution as a conventional cell phone display — making it ideal for viewing detailed box scores, stats, images and video. It also has a 1.1-inch, 260K-color external LCD for quickly referencing key information and for Picture Caller ID.
The phone also includes a 1.3 megapixel camera which is pictbridge-enable. It also has a built-in MP3/AAC/AAC+ music player and a digital voice recorder with hours of playback and record time available (depending on the memory card size used).
The SANYO MVP comes with a 16MB miniSD memory card and a miniSD-to-SD adapter included. MiniSD cards up to 1GB are available optionally. The miniSD card not only provides an extremely convenient way to save and transfer pictures, videos, music and voice recordings, it also enables the phone to be used as a mass storage device, much like a “pen drive”, when used together with the included USB cable.
Other features include a high-quality speakerphone, voice-activated dialing, a WAP 2.0 Web browser, Java (J2ME) functionality and a personal information manager.
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