Sanyo does not actually have a tablet computer, but the name Sanyo is connected to Zio and it refers to the first Android-based smartphone created by Kyocera and powered by Cricket Wireless. Androidtapp.com presents the situation to us.
It is reported that this Android smartphone, which can be considered as a smaller tablet, comes with a $55 fee that allows the users to benefit of an unlimited voice and data plan. This device has the Android 1.6 operating system, a processor that runs at a speed of 600 MHz, 512 MB of memory and a microSD card slot, that increases the internal memory of this device up to 32 GB. Do I have to mention that the stereo speakers are already built in and the device uses the Bluetooth technology? Or that the device is Wi-Fi capable and uses a 3G real web browsing? I hope not. What I want to emphasize is the screen size of this device, which has only 3.5 inches in diagonal. Here I'm talking about a touchscreen created using the WVGA mode.
The Sanyo smartphone has a 3.2 MP camera, uses a virtual keyboard directly on the screen and an MP3 player. This device allows you to access thousands of applications from the Android Market. Would you be interested to buy this tablet and to benefit of the $55 plan? If you need more information about this product, why don't you enter this site, my source of inspiration for this article and also check the video that presents the functionality of this device in a better way. It is much better to watch a video that shows you the capabilities of a computer, notebook, tablet and so on than to actually read the specifications.