Sanyo Katana Eclipse

AKA: Sanyo SCP-6750

Available at: Bell, SaskTel

6/10 AVG.
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6/10 AVG.
RATING

Based on 20 reviews

The Sanyo Katana Eclipse is the fifth in the Katana franchise and holds its own quite well.

This CDMA clamshell has a modern, glossy look and feel and comes with a mid-range feature set sure to please the casual user and pernicious alike.

Measuring only 3.6 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches and weighing just 3.4 ounces, the Eclipse is small, but small in a good way, not cramped or difficult to use.

The main display is a 2 inch, 176 x 220 pixel screen capable of reproducing the now standard 65K colors. The secondary, external display measures 1 inch and has a 96 x 96 resolution and can be used for GPS navigation. The Eclipse is rated at 4.6 hours of talk time.

The phone also has a 1.3MP camera, stereo Bluetooth 2.0 and internet access via a WAP 2.0 browser.

Also included is a 500 name capacity, customizable phone book, alarm, calendar, calculator, stopwatch and the ever present World Clock. There are voice command controls for dialing, recording and speakerphone.

The Eclipse has a unique look and a useful feature set and should please flip phone fans.

Specs summary

Screen
2"

The Sanyo Katana Eclipse's screen is 2 inches with 240 x 320 pixels resolution.

Processor
Unknown
OS

The phone runs on the Other operating system (OS).

Camera
1+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 1+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
10 MB

Internal memory is 10 MB. An external, MicroSD (up to 8 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
840mAh

The phone is powered by a 840 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Sanyo's performance ratings are: 7 days standby time, 240 minutes talk time.

Prices (Where to Buy)

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Reviews summary

6/10 AVG.
RATING

Based on 20 reviews

The Sanyo Katana Eclipse is the fifth in the Katana franchise and holds its own quite well.

This CDMA clamshell has a modern, glossy look and feel and comes with a mid-range feature set sure to please the casual user and pernicious alike.

Measuring only 3.6 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches and weighing just 3.4 ounces, the Eclipse is small, but small in a good way, not cramped or difficult to use.

The main display is a 2 inch, 176 x 220 pixel screen capable of reproducing the now standard 65K colors. The secondary, external display measures 1 inch and has a 96 x 96 resolution and can be used for GPS navigation. The Eclipse is rated at 4.6 hours of talk time.

The phone also has a 1.3MP camera, stereo Bluetooth 2.0 and internet access via a WAP 2.0 browser.

Also included is a 500 name capacity, customizable phone book, alarm, calendar, calculator, stopwatch and the ever present World Clock. There are voice command controls for dialing, recording and speakerphone.

The Eclipse has a unique look and a useful feature set and should please flip phone fans.

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Reviews (6/10 Avg. rating)

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Several Problems

(over 3 years ago)

My son and I both have this phone. He started having issues with his and I thought maybe it was a "fluke" because mine didn't have the issues. However, now mine is also having the same issues - turns itself off when plugged in to charge, freezes up if a text message comes in when another... More

  1/10

Excellent phone

(over 3 years ago)

I've had my Eclipse X for over two years. Never had a single problem. I've dropped it lots of times. I'd have to say it's just as rugged as every other Sanyo I've had. It has excellent rf sensitivity, better than my wife's Katana because she loses signal before I do... More

  10/10

All Katana Eclipse Pulled! Don't Buy!

(over 4 years ago)

Husband bought the Eclipse. The style and lights and other functions were a sure sale. He started having problems two weeks after he bought it. Took it back to Sprint and they did not want to replace it. Phone continually disconnects from earpiece. Sometimes it locks up when ever around water, like... More

  4/10

CRAP

(over 4 years ago)

I have had this phone for maybe 6 months and my screen is white. I have not dropped it or got water on it, it is just crap.

  4/10

I hate my sanyo eclipse

(over 4 years ago)

its too slippery, doesn't download apps that i want. says size mismatched. there is a stupid mute button on the side of the phone that is easy to press when talking on the phone. over all this is a shitty phone. and i hate it.....

  1/10

Sanyo Katana Eclipse

(over 4 years ago)

Nice looking phone. One problem, short life. Had this phone for 6 months and the screens have failed. Don't buy this phone.

  4/10

Tick tick tick . . . . . . .

(over 5 years ago)

BE WARNED Seems these phones all have a life clock. My phone display died just a few weeks ago. Since it was a corporate phone I was able to obtain another one (formerly used by one of my staff who was chopped by the economy). Both phones were originally purchased at the same time. Within a week a similar... More

  5/10

Sanyo-Katana-Eclipse = Fine mid-range phone

(over 5 years ago)

I switched from an LG 6200 to this Sanyo Katana Eclipse., and I definately like this phone better . I especially like having a removable memory card to interact with my PC or laptop. Easy transferring of pictures etc. I wish this unit had a camera flash option. The 1.3 mp takes nice pics. Video (w/sound)... More

  8/10

Eclipse likened to the boy-next-door

(over 5 years ago)

I switched from my old Sanyo m300 to the Katana Eclipse last August, and am quite fond of this sleek but simple phone. The pros are the long battery life (lasted way longer than my old phone), the good mp3 playback, the colorful lights (pretty when receiving a call!), and it's overall easy-to-use... More

  8/10

Mehhhhhhhhh

(over 5 years ago)

The phone itself looks great and is very light. I have only had it for one day, so I can't really say too much. So far the sound is good and the settings and tools on the phone are very easy to use. The one huge problem is that the front screen crack withing 8 hours from the time I bought it.... More

  6/10

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