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HELP ME DECIDE!!! A920 or LG Fusic!!!!


Sep 3, 2006, 12:46 PM
Please help me decide between the Samsung MM-A920 and the LG Fusic phone. I have two weeks until I am going to purchase either of these phones.

Before you all tell me to look at the reviews on this site; I have and I'm still undecided because of the "even" reviews I'm seeing. I see just as many good reviews as bad ones on the phones.

To be honest, I'm really feelin' the Samsung A920 and this is the phone I've always wanted but I keep being told to get the Fusic, but I'm getting the feeling that people are steering me towards the Fusic only because it's new.

Help me out!!!

Sep 6, 2006, 9:28 PM
Fusic has an hour more of continuous talk time. It has the fm transmitter. They are both good phones that are similar though. The Fusic is supposed to be a full on mp3 player though. Depends what you really want.

Sep 7, 2006, 11:21 PM
Thanx so much for replying... I almost gave up. I wasn't expecting to get any even though I heard this was the site/forum to go to when it comes to phones...

I'm glad you cleared up the talk time between these phones... I keep hearing that Samsung phones/Samsung Batteries are horrible.

Sep 8, 2006, 12:09 AM
If you go to Sprint.com and just look at the two phones and their features, there is not a whole lot of difference. According to the Fusic book you can use up to a 1GB card for the media player and on the 920 it says up to 512 mb I believe. Of course you can probably use a 1mb on the 920 but that is what the facts say. I haven't read about the 920 on here yet though.

Sep 14, 2006, 8:36 PM
the a920 is crap compared to the fusic. Ive had both. In fact I returned the 920 b/c it made me so mad. the battery is horrible, and ALL of the useful bluetooth profiles are locked. the only thing that i miss was the stereo speakers, and the fm transmitter more than makes up for it.

Oct 2, 2006, 5:27 AM
I too have been inthis quandry, can the 920 be used - Phone as Modem -
and do I understand correctly that i can not transfer my phone book info from my Sanyo 7200 to this phone.

Fusic sounds like a more solid phone, esp for phone as modem.

Oct 2, 2006, 10:49 AM
fusic isn't as solid as everyone is saying, i mean i have one and love it. but you cant get picture mail from other phone companys service isn't as good as the 920

Oct 13, 2006, 1:56 PM
"you cant get picture mail from other phone companys"

Um, yes you can...I get picture mail from Tmobile, Verizon, Cingular...maybe your phone is f'ed up.

Oct 14, 2006, 4:33 PM
The thing that bugs me since I have switched over to Sprint is that it seems like every perk is an "upgrade" on your service plan. Text messages? 5 bucks a month. Picture messages? 5 bucks a month. Internet - if you want this you'd better pay their 25-30 buck "unlimited" charge because after I was told I have "free" internet for the first month, I got a bill that added $100! It turns out, I did NOT have free internet for the first month and they charged a few cents "per kilobite." How lame...

I still love this phone though because of the music and FM transmitter. My reception hasn't been that great though lately.

Oct 22, 2006, 10:21 PM
I have two fusic 550 phones, they are terrific!
All of the features work well, very clear shots from the camera(must hold very still), great music player, excellent layout, fm trans works good too. All of the extras like headset, faceplates, 64mb card incuded. Battery has been pretty good also. Great preloaded ringers, speakerphone decent. Sprint reception by my home is horrible, but everywhere else the phone has been tremendous. I only need earpiece vol setting on med to hear well. Hope it helps!

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