Sprint has launched the Katana DLX. As we’ve covered
in the past, the phone is the direct successor to the Sanyo
8400 featuring an ultra-thin design with the same specifications.
The phone features a large external display, 1.3 megapixel camera with
video recorder, microSD expansion slot, GPS support, Bluetooth with
stereo audio (A2DP) support, voice dialing, wireless backup, and
speakerphone. The phone is now available online at a cost of $179.99
with an additional $50 mail in rebate bringing the total cost down to