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Sanyo Vero Review

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Sanyo Vero Review
As the Vero is nothing much more than a phone we were hoping for great call quality and it delivered. Callers rated us an 8.5/10, saying that we sounded very good with no echoing, no excessive background noise and great overall clarity. They sounded very natural to us with good tone reproduction and overall quality. The battery is rated at 5.2 hours of talk time, which for the target audience is probably about all they’ll talk in a month. Ours sat in standby mode for several days before needing a recharge, so for the average user charging it two times a week should be quite ample.


Conclusion:

The Sanyo Vero by Kyocera hits the mark for what it’s aiming to be: a basic feature phone for the older crowd who doesn’t want any bells and whistles. Its two large displays are very readable, and the oversized keypad makes operation easy. Call quality is great and battery life is ample. It may not have all the extra features some of us have come to expect, but for the target audience that’s exactly what they’ll be looking for.


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Pros

  • Two large, easy-to-read displays and an oversized keypad
  • Great call performance

Cons

  • Camera placement forces you to be aware of your hand placement
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8.5
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posted on 31 Oct 2010, 16:34

1. mistake (unregistered)


the width dimensions for this phone is 47, not 74

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Display2.4 inches, 240 x 320 pixels (167 ppi)
Camera1.3 megapixels
Size3.80 x 2.00 x 0.60 inches
(97 x 51 x 15 mm)
3.40 oz  (96 g)
Battery840 mAh, 5.2 hours talk time

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