Excerpt: All I can say is Wow! This phone is fab. In the past 6 months I have gone through three different phones (2 Samsung A620's and a Sanyo 8100) and this one is by far the best I have seen so far. The screen is the main focus on the phone. Its like looking at a computer screen, so real and life like. The only downside to this phone is the ringer speaker, but that can be over looked because this phone is so great.
Excerpt: First thing I have to say about this phone is WOAH! This phone is truly amazing. This screen will absolutely blow your mind away. At first glance, its just looks like a good screen. But the second its put side by side, it becomes the most obsolete screen on a cell you'll ever see (at least for a while). This phone have great reception and ear piece quality. Some say it's cheap feeling, but its SERIOUSLY, it's not as bad as some make it sound.
Excerpt: I had the Sanyo VM4500 for about a week, I was not impressed at all with the PTT especially since it is not a new technology on the market. Nextel has been using it for years so I decided to save $50.00 and go with the Toshiba/Audiovox instead.
Display is the best that I have seen on any phone to date.
Has ALL the same bells and whistles as the Sanyo only WITH A FEW MORE!!
The screen on this phone is huge!! Also the quality of the backgrounds and pictures are so good. The pictures are all so incredibly sharp. I wish my tv had as sharp of a picture as this phone does.
The speed of the phone is fast too. When searching for a phone number, it comes right up without a pause.
The sound is good.
The buttons aren't bightly lit up. (minor detail)
The battery cover is of cheap plastic which i am not a fan of.
Fast Internet access
Cool custom functions such as menus, custom menus, and etc
Front LCD is cheap
Cheap battery cover [minor]
The down key and the back key are to close to each other. [minor]
Over all I love the phone, many people claim this phone was poorly designed and has poor reception and etc. I think this phone is great. Theres alot of controversy on which phone is better this one and the sayno 4500.
Excerpt: I love this phone. I switched to sprint this month and at first got the Sanyo 8200. I was very unhappy. I text message a lot and that's my main concern with phones. Anyway, I exchanged for this phone and it it so much better for that and others. I'll list Pros & cons below:
*Awesome color screen, best I've seen, it's huge.
Excerpt: The Toshiba is the best phone of the year. I keep seeing people compare it to the sanyo 5500, which is also a great phone. But here we have a great speakerphone excellent camera video camera could be a bit sharper, but what do you need sharpness for when you only have 15 seconds. once the upgrade comes out with longer video clip's then sure you'll need a camera with better stabilization. as for now y'all could hold your hands steady for 15 second or lay off the coffee.
Excerpt: I love this phone! I have been a loyal Samsung user for years, and this i my first time deviating, and I'm so glad I did! The screen is AMAZING and the customizable menu's are awesome. My only complaint is caller groups. I can't find any way to do caller groups with this phone. Other than that, the reception's great, the voice quality is great, the speaker is great. Also the TTY feature is fun to play with.
1)Obviously the screen...fantastic
5)Openwave web browser
1)feel...very slick feeling plastic...nearly dropped the phone twice in 3 days.
2)Browser cache size limit...probably Sprint's fault
3)external LCD not great, hard to read outside
4)Not the bet looking phone out there
5)speakerphone is weak, cannot be used while phone is closed.