Review: Sanyo MM-5600
Jun 6, 2005, 5:00 PM by Eric Lin
In-depth review of the Sanyo MM-5600 high-end clamshell CDMA camera phone for Sprint.
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The Sanyo MM-5600 for Sprint is a high-end feature phone that, while packed with features, still falls short as a power user's dream phone. However an excellent camera, beautiful screen, memory card slot and more make this an excellent imaging phone. It has enough other features to appeal to most other users as well.
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How Do ALL of these features WORK????? EXPLAIN!!!
Right now it is being repaired in Florida because no one on God's green earth except for Cell Phone Repair in Orlando Florida would f...
Great phone but still needs a lot of improvement.
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
End of life already?
Ironically the author had a column about the sound of the phone, but never mentioned the quality. The sound quality of the phone is excellent! If the author thinks it gets distorted on the highest volume, he/she has a defective device, or a poor ringtone file. There are also other things that ...
That article wasn't that impressive. Just reading through it once I noticed two important flaws in the author's description of the phone. First of all the author mentioned that the phone could only be turned up o
Nice review, but major ommission
1. It's the first non-pda MP3-capable Sprint phone since the Samsung Uproar, like 5+ years ago
2. For many, device consolidation is a serious consideration
3. Aside from the higher res screen & camera, MP3 & card storage is the major advantage between it the 7400. (Plus higher price and less durable body)