Summary: I did not really like this phone. it was too slow for me and the buttons are very small as well. I downloaded some apps and I went to find them I and I could not find them. I would not recommend this phone to anyone.
I would spend more money and get a better quality phone.
22 September 2013
Summary: I would highly recommend buying a different phone. I ordered one it was brand new apparently with bad software and couldnt even use it. The phone was really cheap with a plastic screen. More likely to get a whole of scratches and very easily. Just a cheap junk phone you would give your 6 year old to play with and have fun with. I would not use this phone if Sprint paid my bill every month and thats $159 a month. No thanks but I will pay that and use a better phone.
Not a great "smart phone" very basic, limited capabilites.
26 March 2013
Summary: This phone would be good for a smart phone rookie. It has almost no memory, after downloading my favorite apps, it would not take test messages due to storage being to low. The keyboard is frustrating to type texts. I am sending this phone back for a refund.
Summary: Alright, let me just start of by telling you that my primary Android device is an HTC One X, a top-end smartphone; so I'm kind of spoiled when it comes to these type of devices. The Sanyo Zio is as entry level as you can get for an Android phone. Personally, I believe that better value can be found elsewhere for maybe a little more, but if you only have around $20-30, this is an okay device.
Summary: The phone was not working how I thought it would be when I purchased it. It seemed like the phone had been water damaged or something. It also constantly asked for a sprint id# when I recharged the phone back up. I personally wish I had never purchased the phone it was not as described the phone itself was in good shape but as far as using it no it kept on blanking on and off after I let it fully charge.