Excerpt: I'm very happy with my Sanyo MM-7500. I would recommend this phone to anyone who likes to watch tv, listen to music, text, or just talk on their phone. It does not have bluetooth - which is the only draw back. The speaker and volume levels of the phone are outstanding. The display is also awesome. Everything is very easy to read. I have had this phone for over 2 years now and I have never had an issue with it.
Sanyo 7500 cell phone is the most resilient phones I have bought
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I originally bought the Sanyo 7500 phone 2 years ago for my step-son. He is a very forgetfull boy when he is excited. He has stomped on it when playing with his brother, slammedit around forgetting it is in his backpack, and forgot he had it in his pocket when he jumped in the pool! Sanyo 7500 endured it all and kept on truckin'! After all that this phone has been passed on to 2 other people in the family and is still working as well as when I first purchased it!
Excerpt: This is a great little phone that pretty much does it all and it holds a LOT of data. There's no memory card; everything is stored in the phones own memory. I have a GAZILLION pictures stored in my phone and I've never had delete one to make room for another. Also, when downloaded, the pictures are HUGE!!! They're at least 20" x 15" -- AMAZING compared to the tiny little thumbnails some phones offer. Great sound quality and user friendly interface.
Excerpt: I've had the Sanyo MM-7500 for about two years now and I couldn't be more happy. This phone has gotten me out of more than one pickle, like being lost in the middle of no where! I first bought this phone at it's outright price two Christmas's ago at $296 and some change, of course it's value depriciated but the phone's structure and stamina did not.
Excerpt: Almost everything about this phone is awesome. Lack of a memory card on a handset with an MP3 player was a bad decision on Sanyos part. I don't understand what is going with Sanyo and Bluetooth but the incredible menu's and graphics of Sanyo phones make up for the things left out "sometimes". If my handset didn't have a defect which required replacement I would probably have kept the 7500.
Excerpt: I started with the 8200 phone from Sprint. Have enjoyed it except for the past few months. I had to get a replacement since my original one broke and this was a refurb. I started having problems getting a signal so I decided to upgrade and see if I had better luck with a different handset because I didn't want to change companies. Bought the MM9000, had it for one day and returned it. It's an amazing phone, unbelievable reception but bigger than I prefer.
Excerpt: Sanyo builds phones well IMHO. They do the basics right. The phone gets great reception, and sounds great. I count off a bit cause the screen is a bit small for a phone that retails at 300 dollars.
EVDO rocks on Sprint
Good phone if you need something that will last a couple years.
Excerpt: This is a really good phone. It has all the bells in whistles, and it's durable. If you drop it, it will still function perfectly. And if you drop it alot, it will still work. All the features have been listed by everyone else, so I'll just say the only reason this phone doesn't get a 5 is..
Excerpt: I haven't been much of a Sprint/Sanyo fan over the years - voice quality is usually subpar compared to Samsung models. But, after losing my beloved Samsung A700, I've had to face a choice of either the Samsung A900 (icky battery life) or the Sanyo MM-7500. For the first time in years, I'm going with the Sanyo.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone a few days ago, this being one of the few phones left over after it's been discontinued (at least from Sprint's website). Previously, I've owned Sanyo's RL-7300 and the MM-7400. The MM-7400 was such a huge improvement over the old RL.
The MM-7500 is again a great improvement from both the 7300->7400 and now the 7400->7500. The main LCD is smaller but it seems of higher-resolution.