if only our romance could have lasted
I bought the mm7400 because I was tired of Sprint's product replacement program replacing my phones with reconditioned phones which stop working properly about a week after receiving them. I had owned the sanyo 4900 before and was in love with that phone for the whole two years I had it. So I went with Sanyo again. I figured that a $400 dollar phone would be on the cutting edge of technology and last me for a very long time. I was wrong. I bought the phone Dec. 29 and on Jan 31st it broke. I was in love with this phone, I even named it Beckytwaneshia (becky for short. I had the phone for a month and dropped it twice and on carpet at that and the right hinge cracked. the phone still rings but it is hanging by a moment before it will cease to work properly. Now I know i shouldnt have dropped it but it only fell from my bed to the floor rug. For $400 dollars I would think it would be stronger than that. The 4900 was my little soldier. I had the phone for 2 years and dropped it an average of three times a day. I am just very jaded with the whole wireless scene because of course sprint and sanyo will not cover accidental damage.
To improve this product I say work on a more durable design. This thing cracked like a egg.
But I will say again, that I was in love with Becky, and I wish our romance could have lasted.
good but not enough
don't get me wrong this is a great phone, for people who loved there 5500, but if u want it to be unnoticeable in your pocket, this isn't the phone u want. Loved the ringers, the faster vision, and wayyy improved speaker phone, but it dropped more calls then my 5500 ever did and its a little bit heavier then 5500 which swayed me to return the phone and try cingular, but the new 5600 coming out is way more then i expected so I'm sticking with sprint!