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Sep 19, 2003, 4:27 AM
for the Nokia 3585 / 3585i:
Standard fare, good phone.
This is a pretty good phone. I bought this after my 4900 as my second phone so I could share minute and whatnot. The phone is bright enough for me to see just fine, and the standard features of the phone really shine. The battery life is superb as well as the signal, which is also top notch. The only downside is there is no wireless web...which means no new ringtones... that hurts. The phone comes with quite a ...

Sep 19, 2003, 4:21 AM
for the Sanyo SCP-8100:
The perfect camera phone at the right price.
This is a very nice phone. As compared to the 5100, the size makes it easier to use, and it is much lighter, which makes using it a breeze. The updated camera functions are awesome, incorperating ways to play with the picture to having the software to send to other vision phones built in. Not a bad combination. The signal is a bit lower than than the 5100, but it still serves its purpose for its price. The features ...

Sep 19, 2003, 4:16 AM
for the Sanyo SCP-5300:
A nice phone...If you can afford it.
I gave this a pretty high rating based off of its consumer appeal... And the fact that if your a new customer, you can get it decently cheap. However, if your an existing sprint customer... This thing is going to put you out a car payment or two. The camera feature is its best quality, it has the software to send pictures to other vision capable phones, which is a major plus. It stores the pictures much like most ...

Sep 19, 2003, 4:09 AM
for the Audiovox CDM-9155GPX / CDM9155SP:
This is a pretty good buy...if your not into doodads.
Well, this phone certainly isnt flashy, the wireless web is better off not being on it, and it lacks games or other aesthetics most phones have... Its basically a standard phone. The speakerphone is a nice addition, but its use is limited because of its less than adequate volume. The signal is fairly good, even compared to the newer vision phones. The menu is a nightmare to those who have used cellphones before, because its scrolling capabilites are horribly off ...

Sep 19, 2003, 4:03 AM
for the LG LX5350:
A pretty standard phone with good usage
I rate phones off of convenience. This one is not totally bad like alot of the phones in its class. This phone has a pretty nice display, as well as decent signal capabilities. The flip covers the display, so it limits damage to the phone with dropping and the like. Overall, its what a phone should be, but with no major redeeming qualities. It makes calls, it receives calls. The internet is not too overly complicated for the average ...

Sep 19, 2003, 3:41 AM
for the LG 1010:
The worst phone ever made...seriously.
This phone...made my job a living hell. I worked as a csr for sprint, and of all of the phones that came back to our store with a problem... I can promise you this one was there 70% of the time, every day. These phones have a horrible design, MAJOR defects, and poor signal quality... In detail... Problem 1: Ever had your phone go out of service? Well, if it happens even just once on this phone...you wont get service ...

Sep 19, 2003, 3:29 AM
for the Samsung SPH-N240:
Ouch...this one is worse...
I cant even give this phone a .5 for its convenience due to its excessive problems. Problem 1: HORRIBLE signal capabilities, the phone just will not keep a call, and its a severe rarity to even get a maximum signal in the best areas with this. Problem 2: The back display... That thing will go out very easily, then you are stuck with a blank blue screen, no text. Not very convenient, and its not likely it wont happen to ...

Sep 19, 2003, 3:23 AM
for the Samsung SPH-N400:
Yet another bad buy...
This phone looks great, doesnt it? The camera accessory is a great addon, even if you dont use it very often, as well as the flip design, right? Very, very wrong. I have had dozens upon dozens of customers who bought this phone bring the cameras back in to see why they wont load again and again and again. There was never a way to fix it, we just replaced them with the same phone, replaced the camera, and ...

Sep 19, 2003, 3:16 AM
for the Samsung SPH-A500:
Word to the wise...
I am a former employee of sprint pcs, the csr you see when you walk into a sprint store who told you what was wrong with your phone and why it wouldnt work... This phone was horrible. We would recommed other models to customers just because of the problems this phone created. We had plenty of people come into our store trying to get this phone just because of the way it looked. The clamshell design is nice, but ...

Sep 19, 2003, 3:06 AM
for the Hitachi SH-P300:
A little too complicated for the average consumer
This phone had the potential to be great. A design akin to the very successful sanyo 4900, one of the few black phones sprint sells (which is the reason I bought it), speakerphone, the ability to record your own ringers...but... The signal falls very short of the sanyo 4900, the menu is very over-complicated, the signal fades in and out on me in places my 4900 never failed, and the battery seems to eat itself alive. And then there ...

Sep 19, 2003, 2:57 AM
for the Sanyo SCP-4900:
Sanyo 4900
This phone is absolutely perfect. The speakerphone setup is amazingly uncomplicated, the internet brower is very user friendly, the signal is unrivaled, the features of the phone only add the gold trim on an already invaluable phone. I have a hitachi p-300, and used to have this phone. There has never been a time I wished more to go back to an older phone. The only downside to this phone is that it was discontinued.

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