Reviews and Problems with Sanyo Incognito SCP-6760
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Nice looking phone.
3 October 2011
Summary: Front screen is irratic to touch. Has some nice features such as the mp3 player and video camera. RX/TX is weak and maintaining a strong signal is tough to do if not impossible. Expandable memory is cool. Easy to install and read while connected to PC.
Summary: Phone is meh, pretty much useless for web browsing but if all you want to do is text and make calls this phone will work great for you. The screen on the front of the phone drove me nuts but I didn't use the phone very much before I ported it to an Epic 4G and turned it off permanently. Boost Mobile is Sprint so you get the benefit of having an actual big provider supply your signal vs. Cricket/Metro where they are on their own networks with terrible coverage.
Summary: The phone itself is pretty good. The qwerty is convenient and the fact that you can transfer files using a microSD is slick. Only bad thing hardware-wise is that you can't see the touch screen in bright light (anywhere outdoors). Boost Mobile offers several prepaid plans; I use the cheapest one for ten cents per minute/text. I think they are skimping on the quality though. The browser is a little on the awkward side, and the phone doesn't support many file-types.
Excerpt: i got this phone thought it was a nice one but after 2 months it is a piece of crap. it locks up. the front display won't show. it wont let me answer it. the inner display dosn't come on right away like it did at first. good thing i got the product replacement plan with it. i am going to take it back to best buy to get a different phone. boostmobile is putting out phones to soon and not making sure that they are durable and reliable.
Excerpt: I really like the full qwerty keyboard. But I didn't like the way the front panel's numbers shut off so fast. It was very inconvenient. But overall it's a great phone, very durable and i highly recomend it to first time cell phone owners.