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Sprint Releases the RL7300 by Sanyo
Posted: 03-Mar-2004 [Source: Sprint PCS]

[The Sanyo RL7300 offers puth-to-talk capability.]

Overland Park, KS -- The Sprint PCS Ready Link Phone RL7300 by Sanyo, offers nationwide press-to-talk capability in a stylish yet rugged clamshell-type handset that perfectly fits today's "work hard/play hard" lifestyles.

* Price: $279.99 at Sprint Stores nationwide.

* Sprint PCS Ready Link: Now you can enjoy the convenience of quick, walkie-talkie style communication nationwide with one or several Sprint PCS Ready Link users anywhere you go on the most complete all-digital wireless network in the nation. Ideal for quick two-way conversation with family, friends and co-workers.

* Sprint PCS Vision enabled: Sprint PCS Ready Link, Messaging, Games, Ringers, Screen Savers, Web, Sprint PCS Business Connection.

* Full-Color Screen: Vivid 2.1" main and 1" external color sub LCD; both are TFT and support 65k colors.

* Built-in Speakerphone: Hands-free operation of your phone, open or closed, is made easy with the built-in speakerphone. Speakerphone is 24mm diameter.

* Rugged style: DuraGrip PCS phone designed to minimize wear and tear from heavy use.

* Customizable Photo Caller ID: Know who's calling you by linking downloaded images and photos to the contacts in your internal phone book.

* Multi-color LED Indicator: Different colors can be assigned to identify incoming calls, voicemail, messages, and calendar.

* Voice Activated Dialing: Say the name of the person you want to call and the number is dialed automatically without using the keypad.

* Two Internal Phone Books: Standard Phone Book holds 300 entries. Separate Sprint PCS Ready Link Phone Book provides easy access to 200 personal contacts and 200 company-provided contacts.

* Multiple Languages: Supports English and limited Spanish text prompts.

* Compact style: Clamshell 3.71" x 1.97" x 1.12" and only 4.24 ounces.

* 2.5mm Universal Jack: Accommodates most standard headsets for hands-free operation.

* Dual-band / tri-mode: This phone may be used on and while roaming off the enhanced Sprint Nationwide PCS Network.

* Extended Battery Life: Standard rechargeable LiIon battery gives you up to 3.0 hours continuous talk and up to 96 hours continuous standby time in digital mode; up to 1.5 hours continuous talk and up to 22 hours continuous standby time in analog mode. Extended rechargeable LiIon battery gives you up to 4.7 hours continuous talk and up to 144 hours continuous standby time in digital mode; up to 2.5 hours continuous talk and up to 36 hours continuous standby time in analog mode.

* E911 Emergency Location Capable: Features an embedded Global Positioning System (GPS) chip necessary for utilizing the E911 emergency location services where available.

* TTY compatible: Compatible with select TTY devices.

* Availability: Sprint Stores, www.sprintpcs.com, RadioShack, Best Buy and other select third-party retailers.

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