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cat-mince
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  #10794 7-Dec-2004 09:59
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Features seem to be great! but like the 8100 is looks fugly.




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TaniwhaThe3rd
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  #10803 7-Dec-2004 13:15
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are they going to be doing a 2 for 1 deal like they did for the 8100 ??? or possibly a trade in deal ?? $600 is reasonable i guess still pretty dear though, video messaging.....the clips are only 20 seconds long....thats stink i just going to wait for the nokia 6255... has any body had a play with one yet ??? what are they like ???

 
 
 
 


cat-mince
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  #10815 7-Dec-2004 14:55
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Are you sure it's $599? I just rang Telecom and they said it'll be under $500




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aarondking

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  #10816 7-Dec-2004 15:06
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Yeh i was told under 500 which means $499 :D

moshpit
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  #10817 7-Dec-2004 15:13
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599 on outright prepaid. Its P2P, Video and Cam plus media player.. And by the way even at $699 the Sanyo 8100s still sold out. (before the special two for one deal.) So I have no doubt that that the 7400 will sell out quick as well.

Its got a nice look to it. Silver with a black rubber trim.

According to my local Telecom dealer its in stock tommorrow.


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  #10819 7-Dec-2004 17:29
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Personally, based on what I've heard about the 7400 so far, I think that $599 is a very reasonable price.

phatbloke
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  #10821 7-Dec-2004 18:09
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Does anyone know about the pc sync capabilities of it?

I have been a user of a Nokia for a while and enjoy the great pc suite software they have. I have tried the USB cable on the Sanyo 8100 and didnt like it at all. I tried Snapsync and bitpim neither was very good.

Does anyone know if things have changed for the 7400? I like making reminders on either outlook or the phone and having them sync up. Also it saves money buying ringtones if you have a cable and gettting photos off the phone is easier than emailing them etc.

I'm really evaluating if its worth ditching my nokia 3586 for one, i norm sync that with my pc ev 2nd day. I've searched for info just thought i'd ask if anyone has any ideas

 
 
 
 


aarondking

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  #10832 7-Dec-2004 21:54
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So you say they in store tomorrow?

crunchie00
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  #10834 7-Dec-2004 23:42
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Hi Guys i can confirm that the Sanyo 7400 is $599 and released on wednesday 8-12-04, but the push to talk service will not be until late Feb 05 early March 05

Telecom ROCKS

aarondking

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  #10842 8-Dec-2004 11:55
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Soooooooooo any news on the Sanyos release today??

moshpit
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  #10847 8-Dec-2004 14:18
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Awesome phone as far as I can tell. Camcorder feature seems to be limited to 30 secs but camera and flash seem to be good quality. They come with bothe a silver and red faceplate so thats cool too. Easy to use format.

aarondking

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  #10856 8-Dec-2004 19:54
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Thanks for the info.

meals_64
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#10902 10-Dec-2004 08:30
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I just saw the TV telecom ad for this fone and i dont like the exterior and interior design of the fone its ugly

cat-mince
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  #10906 10-Dec-2004 09:29
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yuck, it's worse than the 8100. What a revolting looking phone.




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aarondking

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  #10909 10-Dec-2004 11:11
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JUST WHATEVER!! IM STILL GETTING ONE!!

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