The pictures are so nice it is hard to believe they came from a phone.
I would keep the Sanyo M1 in a heartbeat. Not everything is perfect about it but basics are good: sound quality, speakerphone and other strong features make it a no-brainer choice for average to almost-power-users. Pros Cons The Sanyo M1 was meant for multimedia use: 2-megapixel camera with auto-focus, 1GB of built-in memory with USB Mass Storage profile (you can connect it to your computer and add or remove files to it just like with a memory card), external music controls and a strong...
sound good, clean and accurate
The Sanyo M1 may not be as flashy or thin as, say, the Motorola or the Samsung , and your friends won't crowd around when you take it our of your pocket. But what it lacks in style it makes up for in substance. The phone handles audio very well, video better than most, and, most importantly, boasts excellent call quality.
Sanyo’s M1 (available from Sprint for $199.99 USD with the usual rebates and contract restrictions) is a superior cell phone.
Sanyo’s M1 (available from Sprint for $199.99 USD with the usual rebates and contract restrictions) is a superior cell phone. It’s light, it’s relatively compact, it delivers plenty of volume for voice and ring tones, and it gets great reception. Its 2 MP camera takes surprisingly blur-free pictures, and it has a bright LCD screen that displays the numbers you’re calling in such a large font that even the thickest Coke-bottle glasses wearer will be able to see.
Rugged, long lasting, and perfect for people who don't do more than text and talk
I've owned this phone for nearly four years and I love it! I've dropped it and soaked it, and it still works perfectly. It has lots of nice features like a notebook function for jotting notes to yourself, a camera (although the photos aren't as crisp as with more hi-tech phones), alarm clock, calculator and stop watch. The original battery (from Verizon) didn't last more than a year, but replacements are inexpensive, and I adore this phone overall.
This phone is exactly what someone needs if they are hard on phones. This phone is shock resistant, dust and water resistant! The speaker phone is really loud and the numbers are large and view-able. One of the best things about this phone is that the battery will last a couple days without charging it! I love this phone!
Easy-to-use navigation menu
While German says the Knack "won't win any beauty contests," its size and design excel at being user-friendly. A compact 3.8 inches by 2 inches by 0.7 inches and weighing 3.6 ounces, it hosts a small monochrome exterior display that displays the time and caller ID. Flip it open and the Knack presents a generous backlit keypad with large keys and vivid 2.2-inch diagonal, 220-by-176-pixel display. A huge selling point for many is the streamlined six-entry menu, which makes navigation a snap.
Minimalist design and features
The Motorola VU-204 is targeted at those who want a taste of all the standard features of a well-to-do smartphone, but cannot afford the intricacies involved. Engulfing every such feature in its chubby body, the Motorola VU204 is sure to appeal to entry-level users. So, if you can deal with the slow response of the Bluetooth and afford to handle the battery cover every now and then, then a sum of $29.99 isnâ??t too big.
Great Phone/Older drawbacks
This is an oder model VERIZON phone, but it looks great. All my kids friends thought it was a new razor, however..here is the draw back, since it is an older phone, if you broke your previous VERIZON phone, but had your address book backed up on back-up assistant, this phone will not allow you to port your address book in, but we found a long way around it. You CAN port them, if you can go into a VERIZON store and port them from another phone.
Phone will not stay on
The used Samsung Convo that I purchased was easy to activate with my carrier,however; the phone will not stay on. THe "gently used" state was also misleading. There are several large scrapes on the screen and the phone has obviously had a rough time of it. It will get me through until I can find another, and I took a chance with a used phone, but I had hoped for more.
good external speakers
Despite some design complaints and a lack of features, the Samsung Convoy SCH-U640 is an easy-to-use phone with excellent call quality. Moreover, the Convoy comes in at an affordable price of only $99 along with service and after a mail-in rebate of $50. Overall, the Samsung Convoy is a good scoring mobile phone from Verizon Wireless.
SureType keyboard is still dismal
We appreciate when companies break from tradition and try something different. This is what spurs innovation and leads to advancements in the industry. Most of these gambles donâ?? t work out however, and the Pearl Flip falls squarely into this category. Part of it is RIMâ?? s fault for using cheap materials, part of it is just that a device like a BlackBerry doesnâ?? t translate well into the flip form factor. Either way, it doesnâ?? t work.
Durable, simple phone,
I bought this phone for durability and because a simple phone is a little less touchy to things unlike the smart phones. I have dropped this phone, thrown it and beat on it pretty good and it is holding up very well so far! The charging part is the worst part. I have gone through 2 chargers and now on my 3rd charger for this phone. You will not be able to find a charger for this phone in the stores. It is a old phone with a very weird connection.
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