PCMagazine reviews the Sanyo Katana multimedia clamshell. Available in three different colors (Mystic Black/Blue Sapphire/Cherry Blossom Pink), this phone offers a 2.2-inch QVGA display, Bluetooth, VGA camera, and Bluetooth. Here’s what the reviewer had to say:

Like the RAZR, the Katana is a good-looking voice phone with a few frills, not a high-end featurezoid. Four hours of talk time is good for a Sprint phone so slim, and reception is strong. The Katana has analog roaming for rural use. The phone’s volume goes up extremely high. There’s a definite hiss in the earpiece and voices sound quite harsh at high volumes, but that diminishes as you turn the volume down

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PCMagazine reviews the Sanyo Katana multimedia clamshell. Available in three different colors (Mystic Black/Blue Sapphire/Cherry Blossom Pink), this phone offers a 2.2-inch QVGA display, Bluetooth, VGA camera, and Bluetooth. Here’s what the reviewer had to say:

Like the RAZR, the Katana is a good-looking voice phone with a few frills, not a high-end featurezoid. Four hours of talk time is good for a Sprint phone so slim, and reception is strong. The Katana has analog roaming for rural use. The phone’s volume goes up extremely high. There’s a definite hiss in the earpiece and voices sound quite harsh at high volumes, but that diminishes as you turn the volume down

[via engadgetmobile]