Laptopmag reviews the Sanyo M1 multimedia phone. This handset features a QVGA TFT-LCD display, 2.0-megapixel camera, 1GB of built-in memory. and Bluetooth w/A2DP. Here’s the bottom line:

For music lovers looking to combine iPod-Shuffle-like memory with a cell phone, the M1 is a pretty good choice. But at $199, we would expect a memory card slot to help this handset’s storage grow with your digital collection. If you can deal with weak speakers and a proprietary headphone jack, the less expensive M610 is a better bet because it offers a micoSD Card slot, bigger screen, and sharper 2-MP camera in a thinner design

[via Laptopmag]

Laptopmag reviews the Sanyo M1 multimedia phone. This handset features a QVGA TFT-LCD display, 2.0-megapixel camera, 1GB of built-in memory. and Bluetooth w/A2DP. Here’s the bottom line:

For music lovers looking to combine iPod-Shuffle-like memory with a cell phone, the M1 is a pretty good choice. But at $199, we would expect a memory card slot to help this handset’s storage grow with your digital collection. If you can deal with weak speakers and a proprietary headphone jack, the less expensive M610 is a better bet because it offers a micoSD Card slot, bigger screen, and sharper 2-MP camera in a thinner design

[via Laptopmag]