Sanyo Katana DLX

Sanyo Katana DLX
alaScore 78

10 avis

Dec. 2016

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Nous avons collecté et analysé 8 avis d'experts et 2 avis d'utilisateurs provenant de sources internationales. Les experts ont noté ce produit 62/100 et les utilisateurs ont noté ce produit 80/100. La moyenne des avis date du 10 Sep. 2007. Nous avons comparé ces avis à 2295026 autres avis de la categorie Téléphones Portables. L'alaScore™ de ce produit est 78/100 = Bien. La dernière mise à jour date du 10 Dec. 2016.

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Avis d'expert par: Evan Shamoon (wired.com)

Review: Sanyo Katana DLX

 

Sanyo's newest weapon in the mobile phone wars has a decidedly old-fashioned design. Looks aside, it's a passable multimedia phone: The interface is efficient, and...

Easy-to-carry, 0.6-inch-thick design. Sharp QVGA screen. Sensible button layout. Keys have nice bounce. Included 128-MB microSD card is better than nothing

Kinda fugly. Uninspiring build quality. Mediocre 1.3-megapixel camera. No external music controls. Rather pricey considering what you actually get

Oct. 2007

Avis d'expert par: PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX Review

 

The Sanyo Katana DLX is currently the most feature rich model out of the Katana series. The overall design of the phone as been updated with sleeker lines, a more stylish look, and is available in three color choices. The DLX now offers a 262K Color...

Août 2007

Avis d'expert par: About.com (about.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX Review: A Great Phone With Strange Design Flaws

 

Clearly above-average sound quality, Above-average speakerphone performance, Battery life lives up to advertised rating

Keypad is below-average: The semi-spongy plastic keys are almost flush with the frame, Charging and data port combo connector is on the side, not convenient for talking while charging, The volume control keys are too thin and located on the flip cover,...

The Sanyo Katana DLX is lightweight and its basics are above average. Putting aside a few minor design issues, the Katana DLX is a great cell phone for everybody.

Sep. 2007

Avis d'expert par: Richard Baguley (reviewed.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX Cell Phone Review

 

The Sanyo Katana DLX is a mid-range handset from Sprint that boasts a decent range of easy-to-use features for $129.99. It can play music downloaded from a computer or through Sprint's online music store, and has a very good e-mail client. However, the...

Août 2007

Avis d'expert par: Richard Baguley (washingtonpost.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX 8500

 

The Sanyo Katana DLX is a mid-range handset from Sprint that boasts a decent range of easy-to-use features for $129.99. It can play music downloaded from a computer or through Sprint's online music store, and has a very good e-mail client. However, the...

Août 2007

Avis d'expert par: Tong Zhang (mobiletechreview.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX - Phone Reviews by Mobile Tech Review

 

Last summer, Sprint launched the original Sanyo Katana as their answer to the Motorola RAZR. It sold reasonably well to Sprint customers who craved a slim feature phone back in the days when Sprint didn't have the RAZR. This summer, Sprint and Sanyo...

Better aesthetics than the original Katana with pleasing curves and color choices. Strong signal strength and fast data speed by EV-DO standards on feature phones. Support for $.99 per song music store with a Power Vision plan. Comes with Sprint TV and...

Keyboard backlight is dim. Limited numbers of speed dial entries (up to 8) and voice tags (up to 30). No external music controls.

A clear step up from the original Katana, the DLX not only has a better look but it scores EV-DO, a better camera and extra multimedia bonuses that make it more comparable to the LG MUZIQ from Sprint and the LG VX8600 on Verizon. Folks who just want a...

Août 2007

Avis d'expert par: Alfredo Padilla (wirelessinfo.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX Cell Phone Review - Manufacturer - Reviews - WirelessInfo.com - Cell Phone Reviews and Wireless Plan Ratings

 

The Sanyo Katana DLX is an unremarkable handset that provides the usual set of features we see on modern mid-range phones: it can make calls, play music, browse the web and provides organizer functions to help run your life.  But it doesn't really...

The Katana DLX is one of two successors to Sanyo's original Katana handset. The Katana DLX is differentiated from the Katana II by its support for music playback and the ability to expand storage space via Micro SD cards. We found the Katana DLX to be...

Août 2007

Avis d'expert par: (tech-faq.com)

Sanyo Katana-DLX

 

Most cell phone companies like to name their phones very nondescriptly. Take a look at phones like the HTC Touch or the Nokia N95. Bland and boring. Sanyo, a company not exactly known for producing high quality phones, however, has a different plan of...

Attractive design and a cool name ; Nice feature set for a mid-low end phone ; 3G support

Battery life is somewhat sub-par

If you can get a deal on this phone, the Sanyo Katana-DLX is a great investment. It has a variety of useful features and looks pretty cool.

Avis d'utilisateur par: (shopzilla.com)

wnt the camera phone to prove that its great

 

wheres my phone, i want one to try and use.

sounds like yea right on the internet,

Dec. 2007

Avis d'utilisateur par: Topadmin (611connect.com)

Sanyo Katana DLX