- 02-04-2017, 05:45 AM #1Newbie
Is anyone able to shed some light for me on how Sanyo handset model numbers work? I guess that the letters refer to the network the phone is on, like "SCP" for Sprint, but what does MM, VM, VI represent?
Like there is a Sanyo SCP-7500/MM-7500 (what is the difference?), Sanyo MM-9000 (not SCP), Sanyo VI-2300...
There are similar letter codes for LG and Samsung phones, so do they refer to the carrier network?
Many thanks if anyone can help!
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- 02-04-2017, 09:11 AM #2Newbie
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