Review: Sanyo MM-5600
During a call the right softkey is still and options button and not only allows you to mute or turn speaker phone on, but also access call options without having to tap in any CDMA codes. Although there is a hardware button to activate the speakerphone, there is an option for that in the menu as well.
Voicemail and all other calling functions work as expected.Contacts
Each contact can store 6 phone numbers, an email address and a web URL. After selecting new contact, you can enter the information in any order. The fields are all shown and you just select the one to fill in. Each contact can also be assigned a picture for photo caller ID and a custom ringtone from within the contact card.
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