Pros: The Sanyo Taho is a very rugged phone. Between my construction work and my outdoor lifestyle (climbing, cycling, kayaking, etc.), this phone has taken it's fair share of beatings, but continues to live another day. It's been put up to sand, heat, drops,
Cons: The phone is pretty bulky compared to the average cell phone, but that is a small tradeoff for the durability. Call quality could be a lot better, as well as the speaker phone clarity. There is a very short (almost unnoticeable) delay when pressing the
Great phone, Sprint Support is awesome just a must the Airave, thanks Kyle
19 July 2011
Summary: If you purchase this phone, I had to purchase the Sprint Airave :access point. I'm in a good service area, but once I got the Airave no problems. Must have internet for this all to work out. Sprint Tahoe will sit in a meter of water for 30 seconds, that is why I purchased this phone. Many a contractor have let there phone fall in or get wet.
Excerpt: According to the manual the battery is supposed to last up to 5 hours but I would say that I usually get 4 hours of talk time from it which isn’t bad in my opinion considering that this is a fairly inexpensive phone. Other than the issue with the phone going slow I believe it’s overall a good phone. Hopefully there will be a new software release that could resolve the issue with the slow performance.