Sanyo's first Android phone.
"The shell and build quality of the Zio is pretty low-end. This is offset somewhat by the graceful styling and design, which really does look good -- even with cheaper materials. The internal hardware sounds like it should be quite fine for the target audience, but the issues with the touchscreen drop performance to a crawl. As it stands, I wouldn't recommend this one to anyone, especially with other phones like the Optimus S available from Sprint in the same price range."
: Sprint's Sanyo Zio will pale in comparison with Sprint's other Android handsets, but it offers functional features and serviceable performance at an affordable price.