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vx6000 vs vx4500


Mar 16, 2004, 5:56 PM
I'm about to switch to Verizon. Just can't decide between vx6000 and vx4500. Have any of you owned both and prefer one of the other? I don't really care about having a camera but speakerphone sound cool. Does speaker phone work in a car and how well? Any advices?


Mar 16, 2004, 7:13 PM
Personally I prefer the 4500. The 6000 isn't really any different and the 4500 offers some features the 6000 doesn't. 6000 doesn't currently allow you to synch with your o utlook contacts with the office attachment. 6000 also has a crappy camera which I find useless since I have a 5 megapixel digital camera anyway. Also, since camera phones are banned in our server farms where I work the 6000 is actually a detriment to me.

The 4500, on the other hand, allows me to synch my outlook contacts with my phone contacts so I never have to worry about changing phones again, thank god, because my contacts will always be both on my phone and on my computer. Also the 4500 has a fantastic hands free (driving) mode and a really excellent speakerp...

Mar 17, 2004, 1:14 PM
i just switched to verizon too, and have tried both. i first used the 6000 and liked it but i don't need the camera so i decided to try out the 4500 also. here are my opinions:

the 6000 pro's: the best screen (262k) that i have ever seen on a cell phone. the best camera of any verizon camera phone with some really cool features. the most Get It Now content of any phone, only if you like to download content like ringers and stuff like that. it was rated as the #1 cell phone by consumer reports and is the best verizon phone to get if you want a camera phone!
the 6000 con's: short battery life. silent all mode is useless and just becomes annoying. no flash for the camera, which i didn't expect, but it would be great to have.

the 4500 pro...

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