Conclusion: Considering the economy, an inexpensive barebones phone that will help keep your kids happy and your wallet light has to be considered. But even for the price, you can do better – Sprint offers other QWERTY phones with EV-DO and video for free, such as the Samsung Rant. The deciding factor, especially if you’re considering the Impulsive Pink version, may simply be how impressed your little girl will be by the 2700’s dainty flowery aesthetic.
Excerpt: Introduction Long is the rumor that Sanyo was bringing a QWERTY device to Sprint. Be it smartphone or featurephone, we’ve heard rumblings since at least 2006. Well 2009 finally sees the rumor come to fruition, albeit in a slightly lower class fashion. The Sanyo SCP-2700 is a basic, candybar QWERTY phone with the spec sheet to match that will be offered by Sprint for $29.99.
Pros: Good price, Better than it feels keyboard
Cons: Non-compelling, Build quality is suspect, Design limits the audience