Excerpt: I just had to go back and review this phone! This was my favorite cell phone I've ever owned with the Audiovox cdm-9900 in a very close second. Why can't they make a phone like this nowadays? Do we not have the technology anymore? The only bad thing about this phone though is that it is only offered on Sprint and I have nothing good to say about sprint these days.
Excerpt: I've had my Sanyo 6000 for quite some time and don't want to get ride of it. It work in places most other phone do not. I love the features such as the call screen and the voice memo. My next phone will be a Sanyo.
Excerpt: EXCELLENT PHONE ... EASY TO ACCESS MENUS. THE ONLY BAD POINTS I HAVE AGAINST THIS PHONE ARE: 1. QUICK ACCESS MENU BUTTONS SHOULD BE MADE TO BE RE-PROGRAMED TO SATISFY USER'S PREFERENCE. 2. HEIGHT OF THE PHONE IS SOME WHAT A PAIN WHEN YOU CARRY THIS PHONE ON A BELT CLIP. BUT OTHER THAN THESE MINOR CON'S, I LOVE THIS PHONE AND WOULD DEFINETLY BUY IT AGAIN.
Excerpt: Every time I compare this phone to friends phones I am amazed at how advanced this phone really is. I am very impressed at the graphics and the resolution of the screen, the ringtones, the menu system and of course the size. I cant remember anything that I have owned that has gotten this many comments from total strangers. Most people are shocked by the size. Sometimes when I use it I will hear people around me say "Oh my god...look at that guys phone!
Excerpt: This phone came directly from Japan as a PHS phone. PHS is exclusive in Japan and is a huge success. The reason for the phone to be so small is because the designer is Japanese and Asians have smaller hands. I personally own the phone and love it because the navigation keys can all be controlled by your thumb when surfing the web unlike others phones.
Excerpt: I've only owned this phone for a few hours but WOW I love it, great sound cool features. It seems to perform better then the Samsung 8500 it replaces. The only downside so far is extra software to buy to use the custom features, i.e. ringtones/images and the lack of an alarm.