Its look may be a little unorthodox, but after fiddling with the Sanyo M1 for a bit, you’ll surely fall in love with all of its impressive features, most notably the on-board music player. The circular controls on the front tell you that this is first and foremost a music phone, but the rest of the specs don’t exactly come up short. There’s an impressive 2.0 megapixel camera, complete with flash. There’s also plenty of backing from Sprint in the form of Power Vision, Music Store, TV, Picture Mail and Video Mail.
On the inside, you’ll find a 262k color 240×320 display, and you’ll be able to stash all those tunes and pics on the 1GB of (on-board?) memory. Add in A2DP Bluetooth and I think you’ve got a complete package here.
Pricing (presumably without contract) is $349.