Excerpt: I used this phone Sanyo SCP4900 for Sprint for a personal and kinda work phone. It was pretty tough actually and took up huge beatings. It fell from shelf and got dunked, and it proved to serve me well.
Excerpt: When I was on Sprint a few years back, this phone was the undisputed RF King. The 4900 was a true workhorse. This phone could practically pull down a signal anywhere and was pretty much indestructible. If all you needed was a reliable phone, this was it.
Excerpt: I sell cell phones for a living, Sprint, T-Mobile and Cingular and by far this is the best phone I have ever had. Yes I wish it had EVDO and Bluetooth but as a phone, making and receiving phone calls, the 4900 rocks!
Excerpt: I bought this phone in August of 2002 for a ridiculously low price. PROS: -Nice bright screen -Firm, "clickety-clack" buttons -Amazing reception -Amazing voice quality and speaker phone CONS: -Just one...this handset is a tad too big I used Sprint till December of 2003 in South Florida.
Excerpt: THIS IS A GOOD SANYO PHONE. THE BROWSER ISNT VERY FAST THOUGH. POOR UPGRADE FROM THE 4700. PROS: COLOR SCREEN GOOD SPEAKER PHONE CONS: VISION SERVICE HORRIBLE! NO 2-WAY SMS NO CAMERA POOR BATTERY LIFE
Excerpt: Okay, it could be that I got this phone a little late, so it may be just past its prime. But I seriously do not like this phone. +The colors and display are vivid, I will give it that. +The menu GUI is pretty neat, the whole cylindrical perspective thing.
Excerpt: This phone may not look like much... at all! It ALLWAYS has service. I'm a cinglar guy now, mainly b/c of their GSM network, but if you MUST have sprint. This phone ROCKS! You'll never worry about not having service. Plus, the speaker phone is nice ;).