Sprint's Sanyo Zio will pale in comparison with Sprint's other Android handsets, but it offers functional features and serviceable performance at an affordable price.
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The Sanyo Taho gets big points for its rugged and simple design. Voice quality had a few issues, but it should be agreeable for most people.
We still don't love the design concept, but the Sanyo Innuendo succeeds as a messaging phone with some multimedia.
The Sanyo Vero doesn't get the highest call quality marks, but its user-friendly design and functional features make it a decent handset for basic communication.
The Kyocera Echo's design offers some unique advantages, but its appeal is hampered by usability quirks and a lackluster feature set.
The Sanyo Zio isn't the fanciest Android phone, but it's an ideal beginner smartphone for Cricket customers. It's easy to use and its feature set offers the essentials, though we don't like that it runs Android OS 1.6.
If you can get past its disappointing exterior, the Sanyo Incognito offers an excellent messaging keyboard, useful features, and decent call quality.
The Sanyo SCP-3810 is a typical Sanyo phone: functional, easy to use, and a good performer.
Sanyo's dual-camera Xacti VPC-CG10 has the design and features to easily shoot both HD-quality movies and 10-megapixel photos, but slow performance and mediocre photos keep it from being a solid do-it-all device.
With its great messaging interface and affordable pricing, the Sanyo SCP-2700 offers excellent bang for your buck.