Sprint picks up SANYO Katana Eclipse X, Pink Ranger swoons

Oh Katana series, I both love and loathe you. On one hand, you’re basic and welcoming to all of those crazies out there who just want their phone to be a phone; on the other, you’re pretty much a RAZR minus the part where people buy you by the boatload.

The Katana Eclipse X is not unlike the Katana Eclipse announced months ago, in that.. well, in just about every aspect. The only real change in this release is the addition of Sprint’s OneClick interface – beyond that, it’s the same phone we reviewed back in August.

Specs after the jump.

  • 2 inch internal display
  • 1 inch external display
  • GPS
  • Sprint Navigation
  • Sprint Mobile Email, Music Store, TV
  • Mp3 playback
  • Bluetooth
  • 1.3 mp camera with video recording
  • 4.6 hours of talk time