Jul 15th, 2007
The Good: Like many other phones on the market, the Sanyo M1 is stuffed with lots of multimedia applications. Among those highly functional apps are a two megapixel camera, Sprint’s new push-to-talk service, a music player, and EV-DO support. If you like video, there is also access to streaming content. The M1 also has 1GB of internal memory, more than enough for most users.
The Bad: Sanyo M1 has plenty of features, but it isn’t exactly the best looking cell phone. The design is large and boxy, while the screen is sometimes difficult to see in bright daylight. Pictures from the camera leave a little bit to be desired in regards to picture quality.
The Bottom Line: Sanyo’s new toy is a power packed phone that can do a ton of things. It isn’t a pretty piece by any means, but its highly functional nature and huge number of features make it a great phone for people who like lots of extras.