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MM-a700 vs Sanyo VM4500


Aug 21, 2004, 7:18 AM
Hey I went into the Sprint store today planning on buying the Sanyo VM4500. But when i walked in The new a700 caught my Eye. I played with it, and the Pictures and Video-clips are very clear and nice. It is a really nice phone, little to wide for my taste, and i dont like how the whole camera thing is, but i really loved it. So after walking into the Store to get what i wanted, i walked out with nothing. Now i cant decide which one to get. I like the Speaker phone on Sanyo, actually i really like it. But that really is the only thing it has over the Samsung. I am just wondering how the 2 phones Compared when Field tested. Which one did Better?

Aug 28, 2004, 2:26 PM
Both Phones Are Very Nice. If U Want A Phone That Can Pretty Much Do Everything: Record Video, Take Pics, Readylink, Then Get The Sanyo 4500. If U Want A Phone With Better Video, Pictures, Sound, Clearer And More Colorful Lcd Screen, Not To Mention Way Better Video Capabilites: U Can Download Video Clips And Look At Them On The Phone. Its Like Having A Mini TV! Then get the samsung a700. If I Had To Choose I'd Go With The Samsung A700. I Dont Care That Much About Readylink... Though It Is Kind Of Cool. Hope This Helps.

Oct 5, 2004, 3:25 AM
The VM4500 is a great phone. I've had mine since August and I couldn't be happier. I haven't tried the MMa700 but I can definately say the VM4500 is worht the money in all aspects. Just make sure you get a newer one with the updated hardware.

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