Sanyo's high-end phone debut in the U.S. comes in the form of its M1 model, an impressive multi-media powerhouse that forgoes weight or design concerns. A bit bigger than others on the market, the phone offers users several customization options, which are sometimes confusing to find and use. But once conquered, the phone shines with state-of-the-art audio and visual options, further enhanced by access to the Sprint's Power Vision network. A special menu function allows you to program your most used menu options into one easy-to-use list.
Ultra-thin devices are still selling strong. In a market where Motorola RAZRs pack store shelves, Sprint has offered customers relatively few choices for slim handhelds.