Ultra-rugged SCP-7050 is the first SANYO phone that adheres to Military Standard 810F for dust, shock and vibration.
Ideal for business users with mobile field operations such as those in construction, maintenance and other tough environments, the SCP-7050 by Sanyo is also perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who will appreciate the phone for the textured anti-slip rubber grip that wraps around the back and sides of the phone, offering a sure hold and added surface protection.
The SCP-7050 also supports advanced GPS-based Java applications and Bluetooth wireless technology for enhanced workforce productivity.
The SCP-7050 offers autonomous GPS that allows location data to be captured even when the user has taken the phone off the wireless network. In addition, Java MVM allows the phone to run multiple JAVA applications simultaneously. The combination of Java MVM and location based GPS allows the phone to support advanced navigation, tracking and management applications. Applications such as Comet TrackerTM by ActSoft, Gearworks etrace, Telenav TrackTM, and Xora GPS TimeTrack provide GPS tracking, job dispatching, location-intelligent timecards, configurable forms, geofencing, and more.
Another powerful business solution is integrated Bluetooth support. The Bluetooth capability supports headsets, auto hands-free kits, Bluetooth printing and wireless PC connection.
The phone has been designed so that it is easy to use and view even when using gloves or in bright outdoor conditions. The four external side buttons allow easy access to the speakerphone, call lists which are displayed on the outside LCD, Sprint Ready Link,and volume control. The 1" outside LCD is high-contrast to allow better visibility in outdoor environments, making it easy to check the time or Caller ID. Once open, the phone reveals an easy-to-use keypad with large raised blue-backlight keys and a 2" color internal screen.