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Wireless Buddy

Jul 4, 2007, 10:25 AM

SANYO! STOP COPYING!!!

The first Katana was obviously a RAZR copy, but now they have the Katana II which again copies Motorola. Looks a lot like the new W510 and RAZR2.

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veriuni

Aug 3, 2007, 8:59 AM

No Multi Media.

Crying or Very sad What I can get Sprint Music Center on a Regular Katana 1 6600 but not the Katana 2 6650 what is that, I thought this was an upgrade not a downgrade. Evil or Very Mad Also since it's not powervision can't get the Sprint Tv either.
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HChristianS

Oct 5, 2007, 9:12 AM

How is Phone Quality??

title, planning to buy two of these for Mother and Aunt. All they want is speakerphone clarity and GREAT or goood call quality. My aunt works in a federal courthouse and complains she doesnt get any signal with her SCP3200.
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chainmail311

Oct 21, 2007, 5:42 PM

way solid

I don't understand why Sanyo isn't more popular. The katanas are so solid and unique. I wish I had the DLX instead of the II, however. (Didn't really wanna front the cash.)
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theotherness

Sep 19, 2007, 3:36 PM

Voice Memo as Ringtone?

Can I set a voice memo *AS* a ringtone on a Sanyo Katana? In other words, could I record a song as a voice memo, then go into ringtones, and select that voice memo to BE my ringtone?

If this is doable, could someone please tell me how to do it?

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WhoDey

Jul 4, 2007, 1:03 PM

Jesus H.. youd think Sanyo raped your dogs

Hey geniuses, its a mid-tier phone.
It isnt meant to play MP3
It isnt meant to do PV
It isnt meant to compete with the RAZR
It isnt meant to do any of that.
Its meant to have people come in and go, oh wow, that phone is cute, and its only 50 dollars.. and its a Sanyo, great, Ill take one.

Theres a reason the Katana outsells every phone we carry.

Morans
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r0fl

Aug 14, 2007, 8:57 PM
over in the "Video Tour: New Sanyo Katanas" discussion:

Don't obstruct the antenna...

with your hands. it's ok to put it near your mouth... by the way eric z all sprint phones have stickers warning you where the antenna is as to not obstruct it and in turn have a better call experience.
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bebelax2

Aug 3, 2007, 6:36 PM

How is the speakerphone?

I have owned the Katana for about a year now and absolutely love it, with the sole exception being the speakerphone. Has anyone tried it out? I was hoping that Sanyo had improved it with this version but can't seem to find it mentioned in any of the reveiws so far.
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Jorin

Aug 15, 2007, 1:03 AM
over in the "Video Tour: New Sanyo Katanas" discussion:

Seriously Though!

Alright we're starting to mention this sticker (and frankly blow it out of proportion)with ever Sprint phone now, when are you guys going to get over it?
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The King of Kingz

Aug 15, 2007, 1:09 AM
over in the "Video Tour: New Sanyo Katanas" discussion:

weird

Well laugh at me all u want but i never thought of calling the katana dlx "deluxe" until this review i just called it D-L-X Laughing
Jonathanlc2005

Jul 4, 2007, 9:00 AM

question about new katana

is the speaker any louder then the original? better signal?
3 replies
Djanifer9512

Jul 3, 2007, 8:18 PM

Update, no Upgrade

This phones looks even less appealing than the original Katana. And none of the updates are significant to make an original Katana owner envious.
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chocolateman85006

Jul 4, 2007, 8:53 AM

Same ****, different day!

What really makes this phone any different than the original Katana?
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