Summary: The Sanyo Zio is a smartphone offering both high and low end features. Its minimalist design is coupled with basic but innovative functionality. The Zio is a well suited entry-level device with an attractive design and satisfactory performance. Below is a detailed review of the Sanyo Zio.
Conclusion: The internal memory of Sanyo Zio is 512 MB but you can add up to 32 GB of memory if you carry a lot of music and video files with you. It also has a 3.2 megapixels camera. The call quality on Sanyo Zio is the best thing it can provide and the volume is very crisp to hear.
Summary: The proliferation of Android phones is both a blessing and curse to consumers. We expect the more expensive ones with 1-GHz processors to perform like Ferraris, and we accept that lower priced ones will run like Honda Civics--stable and reliable, but not like speed demons.
Conclusion: We really like the Sanyo Zio's looks, light weight and high resolution, crisp display. Sprint ID drags the phone down unfortunately, and we suggest that you play with the ID packs if you like, then hard reset the phone to erase all the junk those packs leave behind, and settle on just one.
Pros: Attractive and affordable Android smartphone.
Cons: Touch screen lacks sensitivity, phone sometimes lags.