Sanyo MM-7400 review
It is actually a Vision service which gives you the ability to watch different video channels like:
- Sprint TV
- Fox Sports
- The weather channel
- Cartoon network
- Adult swim
SprintVision sample (2.8mb DIVX file)
This service is very similar to the MobiTV which will be reviewed later. The difference is that MobiTV costs $9.95 for all the channels, while the Sprint's video streaming costs around $3.95 to $4.95 per channel. The quality of both video feeds was similar and a lot better then what I've expected.
Lists of your last outgoing, incoming and missed calls is here. I think that instead of having two dedicated camera keys, Sanyo should have assigned one of them to point to this menu. I more commonly use the Call Logs menu then the Contacts menu, since it is easier for me to select a number I have already dialed then to search for it in the phonebook.
Very well organized and easy to use menu. The fist thing I look for in a phonebook is the ability to search for a contact not only by the first letter, but by the whole name. Of course the MM-7400 supports that. Multiple numbers per contact as also present in addition to the Picture ID, Distinctive ring (different ring tones can be assigned to different contacts) and Secret numbers. The latter allows you to hide the phone number until a password is entered (the name of the contact is not hidden).
Settings is one of the longest menus. I will not spend a lot of time on them, since everyone can get the phone's manual and see what they do.