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Review: LG Fusic

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Perfect for Two-Device professionals


Jul 11, 2006, 9:17 AM
Small and thin like a Razr, but still has tons of features. (especially after Sanyo dashed my hopes of a good phone with the Katana)

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.
eric Lin

Jul 12, 2006, 1:02 PM
i can see how if you have a data-centric device you have to carry, this would be an excellent choice for voice and light data or entertainment. and it does slip nicely into your pocket. once you've had some time with it, please take a minute to post a user review. there's a link to those on the wrap-up page of our review!

Jul 13, 2006, 11:43 AM
Picked the Fusic up yesterday... So far I am completely overwhelmed by its performance. It is a spectacular phone from the get-go.

I will do a nice review for it when I have about a week into it. I have a tellphone 4000 (I am a rep for both Parrot and Tellphone) in my car, and it works incredibly seemlessly.

With the softkey setups, you can set this phone up almost identically to the Sanyo platforms that I am sure will elate a lot of cultish-Sanyo people like myself.

I love not having a damned pouch on my belt that bangs into everything Smile when out casually.

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