Sanyo Bringing Another Entry Level Model To Sprint
Mar 7, 2007, 6:33 PM by (staff)
The FCC today approved the Sanyo 3200 for Sprint's network. This new model will improve upon the 3100 by adding Bluetooth, and modernizing the entry level line with a new design including an internal antenna. The styling is similar to that of the M1, with a rectangular shape and a slanted hinge. The 3200 appears to retain all of its predecessor's features including a small external display, camera, and ReadyLink Push To Talk. Sprint and Sanyo have not yet announced these new models, so availability and price are not known yet.
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Yet another CLUNKER from Sprint
Sanyo phones *shiver*
Stop complaining about entry level phones, theyre what the VAST...
Ready Link, the perfect example
No one has or will ever use ready-link. Yet they insist on including it on new devices. Wake up Sprint, no one wants your b.s. readylink.
Besides, it doesn't really cost them anything to include it in a Sanyo phone, (ReadyLink is 95% software and 5% a good speaker, which people want anyway for speakerphone,) so why not inc...
I am sure