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Review: Sanyo MM-5600

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Replying to:  Great phone but still needs a lot of improvement. by KevC84   Jun 6, 2005, 9:25 PM

Re: Great phone but still needs a lot of improvement.

by muchdrama    Jun 7, 2005, 1:23 PM

KevC84 said:
I own the MM-5600 and I really like the phone. It is the best phone I have owned and it is great for what I need it. I am extrememly dissapointed at the lack of a low light mode for pctures but the pictures during the day look great. No more me wishing I brought my digital camera with me because atleast with this phone I can take desent pictures. I absolutely love the media player. I have loaded many Simpsons, Family Guy and Will & Grace Episodes on my 512MB miniSD card and lots of MP3's which I encoded to a smaller AAC file to allow more storage however I wish that the MP3 player had some sort of a playlist feature and although you can fast-forward your songs and videos you cannot rewind without the clip or song going back to the beginning. The fact that you cannot manage your media is annoying since I cannot move or delete them to organize them without the use of a PC which can be a pain if you needed to make room on your miniSD to record a video and want to delete something to makem room but you can't. I hate the fact that messages pop-up constantly on the screen when you are having network and signal issues. I also wish the phone had the option of profile or atleast deciding if you wanted to have the phone vibrate while on level 3 volume. Level 4 volume is too loud but level 3 can sometimes not be heard in noisy envronments so i wish i could set it to vibrate just incase. Wish the phone had more internal flash memory for games, ringtones and applications since the phone does not allow you to send them or back them up onto the miniSD. They should atleast let you assign ringtones from the miniSD since they let you assign videos but without sound for your screen saver.


I'd pick up this phone based on how well its built, the vividness of its screen, and the fact that it's strikingly original looking. I've never not been impressed with a Sanyo.

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