Released by Sanyo in 2004, this flip phone is 3.34 by 1.85 by 1.02 inches and weighs 3.6 ounces. The device's features include an internal and external LCD screen, camera lens with flash, and speaker.
The Sanyo PM-8200, a flip camera phone, is an upgrade from the Sanyo SPC-8100. The Pm-8200 is available in silver, midnight blue, and deep red. == Troubleshooting == For information regarding basic troubleshooting issues visit [[Sanyo PM-8200 Troubleshooting|Sanyo PM-8200 troubleshooting page]]. == Background & Identification == Released in 2004 by Sprint, the Sanyo PM-8200 is an upgrade from two previous Sanyo models. The flip phone was originally sold for $279. It features a camera lens with flash, speaker, and 1-inch display screen on the front flap. Inside, the phone has a toggle for navigation and a bright 1.8 inch LCD screen. There are volume keys, the push to talk key, and a headset jack on the side of the phone. The Sanyo PM-8200's slim design is convenient and fits easily into pockets and purses. == Technical Specifications == === Dimensions === * 3.34" x 1.85" x 1.02" * 3.64 ounces === Battery === * Capacity: 1500mAh battery * Type: Li-ion, removable * Talk: 3 hours * Standby: 288 hours === Display === * Type: LCD (color TFT/TFD) * Resolution: 132 x 160 pixels == Additional Information == [http://support.sprint.com/global/pdf/user_guides/sanyo/pm8200/pm8200_by_sanyo_ug.pdf|Sprint: Sanyo PM-8200 User's Guide] [http://www.cnet.com/products/sanyo-pm-8200-sprint/|CNET Sanyo PM-8200 Review] [http://www.duracelldirect.com/sanyo_pm-8200-silver_cell-phone_accessories.aspx|Duracell battery replacement]