Review: LG Fusic
Jul 7, 2006, 4:01 PM by Eric Lin
Our In Depth review of LG's stylish and unique new 3G music phone for Sprint. NEW: Video Tour
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For years US users have been forced to make a choice: they could either buy a phone that has up-to-date style or up-to-date technology. The LG Fusic for Sprint no longer forces you to make that choice. The only choice you'll have to make if you get a Fusic is what color faceplate you feel like putting on today. There's a color for almost every mood or style.
The Fusic will satisfy almost every Sprint user from the new subscriber to the power user. It is easy to use, but explore the menus and you will find almost every feature imaginable for a mid-priced, or even high-priced, phone. Plus, LG managed to pack all those features into a slim, sleek and somewhat iPod-inspired form that's easier on your pockets than most other handsets.
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The phone does not accept mp3. However, if you create a m4p and rename it to a m4a, then ...
sync contacts with outlook?
sync this phone with desktop/outlook?
thanks! how do you do this via bluetooth or usb cable?
Phone as Modem?
I would like to use my phone as a modem, but i don't want to give sprint anymore money $39.99 on top of what I already pay is way too much! any ideals?
If you want to make your own ringer, I suggest that yo...
Coming to Verizon soon?
The price is way to high tho. On sprints website its $180
thats was too much for a stupid cell phone.
it should be $100 then i'd buy it
i got a 9000 for 230 dollars WITH 2 YEARS.
so its better then any others, plus sprint is better then verizon once yo...
Custom background image?
anyone tried it yet bluetooth headphones?
how well does the external speakerphone work?
The reviewer look liked they used bluetooth headphones.
Also like the reviewer noted, the ex...
"2" Music Players?
as a mac user, i'm just happy sprint offers me a way to play my own mp3s since i can't loa...
I've gotten over 10 feet of range from it, so it does depend on the location of the antenna, and the strength of the FM antenna you are trying to transmit over.
Otherwise, fairly accurate review.
What does this guy mean?? (not an ipod replacement)
Media Player Volume
D-Pad is similar to scroll wheel.
Perfect for Two-Device professionals
I carry an MM7400 which I am absolutely in love with, but I am tired of the stigma of people seeing two devices on my belt. (I wear dress slacks, and pretty thin... So a 7400 in my pocket is a bit unseemly. lol )
I'm picking this up today, so I'll post what I think about it.