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Sanyo Bringing Another Entry Level Model To Sprint

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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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Mar 16, 2007, 10:13 AM

Yet another CLUNKER from Sprint

This is ridiculous. I finally had to give up on my Samsung i500 and accept the introduction of the year-old Motorola Q because (a) they never introduced the i550, the i600 was sub-par (no graffiti) and while other carriers are busy introducing small, not-wide, slimmer PDA phones Sprint is busy bulking up and introducing old, tired Q's and other phones, like the "never more than 9 speed dial" Sanyos.


Mar 9, 2007, 4:11 PM

Sanyo phones *shiver*

I HATE these damn phones! Spring is STILL releasing these Sanyo phones with the big front speaker and fatso-thickness reminiscent of several years ago... Has anything changed on Sanyo's chunky, ugly handsets for the past 4 years?!
what providers carry sanyo phones???? sprint and tmobile? or is it suncom??? you dont see alot of them, help me out here!! Confused

Mar 7, 2007, 7:00 PM


Entry level... Awesome Confused
I'll stick with the 3100, thanks a lot.
Yes, because god forbid every phone doesnt have a 32 megapixel camera, camcorder, 1 GB of internal memory, a flip out cup holder, built in wi-fi, full browser and windows media player.

Stop complaining about entry level phones, theyre what the VAST...

Mar 7, 2007, 7:03 PM

Ready Link, the perfect example

Of Sprint's stupid upper management.

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.
Ahem... they BOUGHT NEXTEL. I think they did wake up. Wink

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...
Very Happy Cheap suits! Cheap suits!
Best Buys Geek Squad uses readylink actually, ok maybe you dont see them use it but they all have readylink phones

Mar 8, 2007, 10:08 AM

I am sure

that there will be a few extra tweaks here and there as well. possibly the addition of either video OR 1.3mp camera, seeing as how LG did that last year with the lx350 (1.3mp cam, video, BT) so why won't sanyo follow suit?
Nope, there will be no other tweaks. BT, GPS, Speakerphone, Mil-spec, Ready link... designed specifically for construction workers and other business people. Often, companies do not allow camera phones whatsoever, claiming that it would be possible to...
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