We know the price, but what is still unknown is the launch date. But that isn't a big deal. It's not like you need to look under the couch for loose change.
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1. somewhatodd (unregistered)
If this holds out true, this will be the first android phone to be sold free at launch directly through the carrier. Makes you wonder if theres a catch... or if the phone will even last long.
2. Joshing4fun (Posts: 1236; Member since: 13 Aug 2010)
Seems like a really good deal. Too good...
3. AZNphoneGeek (Posts: 200; Member since: 15 May 2009)
ya know, this is Sanyo's first venture into the smart phone world and if it's anything like their mid or upper level devices, this will be a solid unit and and amazing deal. obviously it's not going to hold a candle to any of the upper tier devices on any carrier but for $0, this is a steal. Sanyo has always put out quality. I have even had the chance to handle one of these at an industry expo for about 30 sec.... not bad at all Sprint. not bad.
4. jbarajasp (unregistered)
This is NOT true...... sprint gives 150 off phones including Android... the EVO, epic and intercept are all great examples.... I predict that the phone will retail for 350 (which is great!) And will sell for 99 after rebate... which is a great pinpoint for an entry level smartphone.... I'm sure they will sell a ton of them at that price..... PhoneArena.... com'on..... really..... this is worse then that "t-mobile will get the Samsung Transform" crap u posted
5. Bradley (unregistered)
So, actually. Sprint gives $150 as a minimum. And if you pay attention you would notice that ALL android devices to date have had a $100 MIR so that is the $250 minimum discount w/ fully eligible customers on ALL android phones. jbarajasp... com'on... really.... don't post this crap.
6. noname (unregistered)
the zio will be priced at 99$ after rebats ... and sprint is getting the transform and they both have the new sprint ID progarm and both run android 2.2 this is for a fact