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Topic # 6301 14-Jan-2006 16:20
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I am thinking of buying a Sanyo 8300 but I am concerned about the battery life. Has anyone experienced battery problems, or other problems, with this phone or Sanyo in general?

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Reply # 26437 14-Jan-2006 18:08
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My Sanyo 8200 had great battery life. No complaints at all.

I only ditched it in favour of a Vodafone handset because I needed bluetooth and couldn't afford to spend too much on a new handset.

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Reply # 26474 15-Jan-2006 00:56
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I have a had a lot to do with Sanyo handset usage here, and battery life is not a concern with them as far as I am aware. In fact they could probably be termed as "good" across the entire range.




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Reply # 26844 21-Jan-2006 13:13
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The 8300 seems a waste of money to me, all it has extra is the video. And the front *spew* it is so ugly! The 8200 is the best out of about 8 phones i have ever had, battery lasts about 3days with excessive use, and also the phone is nearly a year old too.

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Reply # 27002 24-Jan-2006 15:02
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You can get pretty much the same spec in the 7400 for $100 less.....

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