Kyocera DuraXT / DuraPro
No music playback....
With that massive external speaker setup that should have been a priority element.
I'm going to have to switch from Nextel to Sprint and am considering the DuraXT. I'm on the fringe of the nearest Sprint antenna. In the past, the Sprint phones which I have tried at my house have not gotten good reception.
How does the DuraXT reception compare to the i580 reception?
How does the DuraXT reception compare to other Sprint phones reception?
Finally a match for the old Moto iDEN phones?
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Doesn't look all that rugged.
Phone with no network
Can we expect a review
Video Killed the Radio Star...
This is quite the sore point with me as Sanyo wireless phones were an industry standard benchmark for Sprint with leading edge technology for its day,
The early Sanyos and both the candy bar style and their flip phones were top notch,
The LAST GOOD Sanyo was the SCP-8400
Then Sanyo sold off their wireless phone division and NAME to Kyrocera (as it was less the one half of one percent of their market and they wanted to focus on other consumer tech)to up until this point made gas station and discount store prepaid phones.
Kyrocera are responsible for the flimsy line of Katanas (the original Katana SCP 6600 and the Katana DLX (SCP 8500) were alright, the Kyrocero ZIO and that flea market generic Nin...