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Topic # 5638 13-Nov-2005 23:54
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Hey

Just researching for a new phone. So far im quite interested in the Sanyo 5600, only thing is I had a look on the Sanyo website and the 5600 is now discontinued. Would it be worth waiting for a couple more options to come out?


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Reply # 23143 14-Nov-2005 08:46
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The Sanyo 9000 is on its way and shpuldnt be too much longer

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Reply # 23145 14-Nov-2005 09:42
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Hey any idea on how long, cuz i'm thinkin about gettin the 5600 as well... would it be out by the end of this year possibly?
Also whats the major difference between the two phones? I googled it and did a side by side comparison.. they look very similar except for the onboard memory and the 9000 can hold 500 contacts, am i missing something big?

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Reply # 23157 14-Nov-2005 11:41
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The 9000 is an EVDO phone (about time i say), has an improved camera. However still no bluetooth

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Reply # 23158 14-Nov-2005 11:46
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Sprint have a music download service that supports this phone, i wonder if we we see anything like that from telecom in the near future

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Reply # 23207 14-Nov-2005 23:18
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Thanks for that guys.

Could anyone else help? :)

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Reply # 23211 15-Nov-2005 06:21
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Is the new Nokia 6525 (i think that is the model number) ever going to make an appearance? That looks like a nice phone.




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Reply # 23247 15-Nov-2005 12:05
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riahon: Is the new Nokia 6525 (i think that is the model number) ever going to make an appearance? That looks like a nice phone.

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Reply # 23259 15-Nov-2005 14:00
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brad05: Sprint have a music download service that supports this phone, i wonder if we we see anything like that from telecom in the near future

Yes, this is planned for early-mid next year from what i gather...




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Reply # 23270 15-Nov-2005 15:15
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riahon: Is the new Nokia 6525 (i think that is the model number) ever going to make an appearance? That looks like a nice phone.

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I was actually replying to the original posters request about either buying the 5600 or waiting for a new phone that may be coming soon - I was merely suggesting that the Nokia 6525 might be worth waiting for, and if anyone here knew how long before it (or if it) arrives.




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Reply # 23391 16-Nov-2005 21:45
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Thanks guys, ordered the 5600 today. :)

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