Three weeks after
It was originally known as the Kyocera Zio M6000 when itearlier this year at CTIA; Kyocera owns the Sanyo brand. The Zio is a touch-screen device with a standard candy bar design. We're not pleased that it runs Android 1.6, but we don't mind that the feature set sticks to the basics. After all, Android should be available to all kinds of users. Inside you'll find a 3.2-megapixel camera, a video player with 30 frames per second, Wi-Fi, voice dialing, a music player, a digital compass, a full HTML browser, stereo Bluetooth, assisted GPS, support for 3G EV-DO networks, and the usual Google applications.