Excerpt: 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.
Pros: Built-in 1 GB flash memory; MP3 player; external music controls; 18-hour music battery life; 2-inch LCD screen; 2 MP camera
Cons: Complicated music operation; no external memory card slot; short talk time/battery life