Review and Design Sanyo Vero

Written By admin on Thursday, October 28, 2010 | 4:34 PM

In a landscape flooded dumbphone smartphone and feature-rich, we sometimes forget there is always a need for a simple cell phone. Sanyo has not forgotten that the market and Vero is here to replace the SCP-3810 Sprint. This basic phone for seniors with exaggerated features and a high contrast at all. He managed to incorporate a 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth, but beyond that is your standard phone, turn-based.
Design:

The Sanyo Vero (by Kyocera) sports a pebble shaped design with a dark chrome front flip. The 1.3” OLED outer display is high contrast white-on-black with very large numbers. The inner display is rather large at 2.4” with a 240x320 resolution, quite good for what it is. Even in direct sunlight both displays were very easy to read. The numbers are equally large, again with a white-on-black design. The layout has been compared to the Jitterbug a few times in our brief time with the device.

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