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Top message:  Correction On Sanyo M1 Video by radio_shack_guru   Jan 5, 2007, 1:07 PM

Replying to:  Re: Correction On Sanyo M1 Video by tuolumne   Jan 5, 2007, 2:03 PM

Re: Correction On Sanyo M1 Video

by jameswhammons    Jan 6, 2007, 10:45 AM

Correction:

Version 1.2 Bluetooth that supports A2DP, DUN, FTP, and OPP and OBEX profiles.

Also, "Clumsy Keypad" is in the thumb of the beholder, and I for one tend to like the style. As far as the lack of a Transflash slot is concerned, I really don't think that you need one, seeing as how anything larger than a 1GB transflash card is both hard to find and hideously expensive anyway. 1GB of Internal Storage is more than enough for even the most avid music fans. Plus, since both the Bluetooth and the USB platform support FTP transfers, you don't even have to use the card to move songs from a computer to the phone or vice-versa. Instead of buying a $90 1GB TransFlash card and a $20 card reader, you can instead just buy a $30 USB cable or a $20 Bluetooth USB dongle.

The amazingly loud speakers are the best I have heard on a music phone; leaps and bounds above Cingular's LG CU500.

I will have to agree with the common consensus and say that Sanyo has really outdone itself. I, a lifelong Samsung Man, have decided that the M1 is Sprint's best non-PDA ever. Period.

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