Excerpt: this was my phone before i switched to the new lg lotus(which i dont really like).i only switched because i wanted a change. what can i say?i like getting new phones,just for that reason. but this time,i wish i had stayed with the katana. PROS -the texting.
Excerpt: Great phone. I've been a sanyo fan for years because of how solidly built they're phones are and the great reception they get. But I was always disappointed with the software interface/features.
Excerpt: Good phone with lots of features. Camera is decent, comes with 128MB microsd card AND a 1gb microsd card (from letstalk.com). lightweight and slim, and long talk time so your battery lasts a while. One thing i hate about this phone is that YOU CANNOT SET MP3 RINGERS!!!!
Excerpt: I was given this phone as an insurance replacement for my Blade. I love the phone itself, it's fast and the battery lasts a good time, but here are some things that i can't stand about it. PROS Slim Fast interface Sanyo's hinge is always a good thing It's loud and the reception is excellent.
Excerpt: Ok Sanyo, when are you going to get it right? I love your reception and UI but you have to stop going backwards. Pros Reception is awesome loudness A++ Menu features very nice Nice click when opened and closed External memory very nice Cons Flip design, horrible Small internal screen, way to small...
Excerpt: Again Sanyo releases a phone with outdated technology for no good reason... as stated above, pros and cons are there, but in the end i would suggest you just get an M1 Basically this is like an M1 but a lil smaller and lighter, other than that it has a microSD slot and a very crappily placed charger...
Excerpt: ola! actually.. i find this phone nice.. hope that i can find this phone here in the philippines.. promise! i'll buy this phone.. for only 100 dollars.. though this phone dont have a wireless internet.. its okey..
Excerpt: I purchased this phone the day it was released. I was actually happy to know it was supplied with all the upgrades the Katana 2 should have had. I was a bit confused on whether this was a Katana or in upgrade to the Sanyo 8400. Sprint seems to always amaze me with there lack of one thing or another.