Reviews and Problems with Audiovox CDM-9950 / Toshiba VM4050
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deanofpledges, Phone Scoop
7 September 2007
Excerpt: Bought this phone for my wife as a birthday present. Honestly I didn't pay too much for this phone ($99 brand new) and wasn't expecting much of it. My wife has now had this phone for over a month, and I can honestly say I'm jealous of her phone. For starters, the screen supports 262k colors, which is definitely better than a lot of the "lower end" sprint phones. Screen resolution is absolutely amazing.
Excerpt: When I got this phone two years ago I knew that I would like it, but I never realized exactly how much I would enjoy it. The photo quality has got to be one of the best ones on the market. I get compliments on the pictures I take with my phone constantly, even when there are newer and better phones on the market. This phone has been through the rinse cycle of my washing machine and still survived! Sturdy, dependable, and well worth the money.
Excerpt: I really like phones that offer extreme customization right from the factory and this one allows you to pretty much change the layout/format of just about every screen, with many screens having multiple layout options. But...as a phone...its rather lacking...and thats its number one job. Speaker phone pretty much sux...loud but not very clear, not a fully functional 2-way speaker phone, can't talk at the same time.
Excerpt: This has probably been the best phone I've used to date. The size of the screen is awesome, the spacing on the buttons is great, especially if you are a text messaging fan, and this phone also has a great deal of memory for downloads.
Excerpt: I have been with Sprint for a year now. And of course everyone hates their network coverage. My wife has a Sprint phone and a couple of my friends. They all have problems with droped calls and coverage, except me. I think it is due to the VM4050. The reception compared to my wife and friends Sprint phones is awesome, and it is clear. This phone really exploits Sprints all digital network.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone the day it became available for SPRINT. That was about 2 years ago. I have to this date been unable to find a phone to take it's place, and believe me I'm always looking. Pros 1. Awesome internal screen! Nothing comes close unless you jump into pocket PC's. 2. Start up time is almost instant. 3. Ease of use, durability, size are perfect. 4. Customizable in all ways. Cons 1. Ear piece could be louder. 2.
Excerpt: This is an awesome phone, no joke. Besides it having one of the largest screens out there...the sound quality, picture capabilities and video, speaker phone and a host of other great features, it's just an all around good phone. I'm in the southern New Jersey area and on Sprint's PCS network...reception is great, except in a few buildings mainly with large amount of metal (warehouses, etc.)...even then I still get at least one bar of service.
Excerpt: its great 4 me! i had my power out and the movie light lit up the room... lol. GREAT CAMERA!!!!!! i took pictures and i can make them the SUB LCD!!!!!even though im a teenager, ive had lots of phones. cingular was the Nokia 7610, verizon was the keyocera QCP 3035, and tmobile was the 3650.. this is the best phone yet!!its small (smaller than my other phones and my dads sanyo scp5300!) Great color screen.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for about 9 months now, and it is by far my favorite phone that I have owned. I have used the Sanyo phones, and the Samsungs, and this is better than either of them. I hate the Sanyo phones because they only offer 8 speed-dial numbers. I mean, come on, 8??? The Samsungs will allow you to use hundreds, which is overkill in a way, but I used "Speed Dial Groups", and use them quite a bit.