The Sanyo PRO 200 is sort of like a Sprint-Nextel hybrid phone, considering its push-to-talk capability on Sprint's CDMA network (instead of the older Nextel iDEN setup). In addition, it weighs just 3.4 ounces, has a good speakerphone, a comfortable (if slightly small) numeric keypad, and a strong vibrate alert.
Ok, you’re here, so that makes you something of a geek. Perhaps you have another telephony geek in your life, or your family are asking for a Christmas list. Whatever the case, a good USB speakerphone is really handy and makes nice present.
The BlueAnt S3 Compact is a very good Bluetooth speakerphone. It is simple to install and simple to use. Other than an FM transmitter, I can’t think of another premium feature that the S3 lacks. The feature I like most is the ability to answer and ignore calls by using my voice. In lieu of an integrated OEM phone system, the S3 Compact might just be the next best thing. Maybe even better.
To really compare the phone's speakers, you can't just look at the power of the sound output. You should also run the 3 phones through a spectrum analyzer to compare the different phones' audio output. This would settle scientifically whether Downieabz or TalkingDeer is correct about the sound profile of the new speaker. Really all apple needs to do is make a speaker that will make for a good speakerphone. Music is irrelevant because anyone who listens to music through the external speaker is not interested in audio fidelity. A speaker sized to fit that phone cannot possibly do a good job with bass. There's a reason why most discussions of audio focus on the headphone output.