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Apr 21, 2008, 2:43 PM
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Not So Hot...

Cons: Phone looks kind of cool, but after handling a new one for about 1 minute, I saw how quickly this phone will be smudged and scratched. The main lcd is lower resolution and looks a lot worse than the decent screen on the Katana and Katana II. No color outer display is a downer too. VGA camera, seriously, what's the point in a camara with such low res?

Pros: It is a Sanyo, so it should be pretty reliable. Good first phone for your 14 year old daughter or for someone that wants a camera phone, but doesn't know what a megapixel is 🙂
I would have to agree... however, not as an excuse, but most phones coming out now seems to fingerprint/smudge easily. If Sprint makes this a "free" phone, it could be pretty successful.
on the bright side sanyo has never really cared about cool phones or great cameras. They care about the inportant stuff like reception and thats why the are such a vital part to sprint's business.
I can't believe they still haven't implemented Sprint's power vision instead of just vision. I was looking to upgrade to a Katana and was waiting for a new one with power vision because I hate the DLX but I guess I'll just switch to a blackberry. DAMN...
The King of Kingz

Apr 22, 2008, 7:52 PM
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i consider this a downgrade of the katana 2,
The screen is smaller, the internal screen resolution is less, external screen is not color, and the Katana 2 is much thinner and it looks a million times better
what about a mp3 player there Don Omar. 🤣
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