Sanyo Taho ruggedized phone available at Sprint

Sanyo Taho features military-grade design which allows it to withstand 30 minutes of full immersion in water up to one meter (3.28 feet) deep and is available now for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.

The phone is covered with a non-slip Dura-Grip texture for a more solid grip and is 810G military standard certified which means it can stand up to dust, shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, blowing rain and water immersion. It has a 2-inch QVGA TFT internal display and 1-inch monochrome external display, packs 256 MB of internal memory, GPS, MP3 player, Stereo Bluetooth, microSD card slot and 2 megapixel camera with flash and camcorder. Taho supports autonomous GPS and Java Multitasking for third-party location-based services, also can restrict incoming and outgoing voice calls with password protection, disable both the camera and Web access, and lock the phone’s GPS functionality on so the phone’s location can always be tracked.

Sanyo Taho

Sanyo Taho

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