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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

Minus the chrome edges, Sprint's Sanyo Zio looks the same as the Cricket Wireless version of the phone. Inside, however, it offers Android 2.1 (the other Zio had 1.6) and it has Sprint's new ID feature. Pictured here is the standard Sprint design for the home screen.
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

The Sprint ID menu lets you switch between the different home screen designs, which also are called "identities."
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

This design has a different wallpaper and new feature widgets.
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

The Zio's main menu is unchanged from other Andorid phones.
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

The Zio has a thin profile. On its right spine are the power control and memory card slot.
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

Sprint's Zio has a virtual keyboard for dialing and texting.
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Sanyo Zio (Sprint)

The rear cover has a soft touch material. At the top you'll notice the speaker and 3.2-megapixel camera lens.
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