LG Voyager Review

Posted: Jan 5 2008, 7:30am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:33am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
LG Voyager Review
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The TechLounge published a detailed review of the LG VX1000 Voyager touchscreen smartphone.

Quote from the review: "First, I must admit that I have a hard time not comparing the LG Voyager VX10000 to the iPhone. I’ve owned an iPhone for six months and am very happy with it, but to be blunt, the two phones shouldn’t be compared directly. The iPhone is more expensive, $100-200 more than the VX10000, and isn’t available on the Verizon network. The best feature of the phone is the Verizon V-Cast mobile TV. It’s fairly expensive at $15/mo, but having eight channels of TV at your disposal is pretty sweet, and I was usually able to find something to watch between ESPN, Comedy Central and NBC News. The biggest flaw with this phone (and it’s not the only phone with this problem) is that the touch screen is more of a gimmick than an honest to goodness feature. It’s as if it’s added on to compete with that other phone rather than be a useful feature."
Read the full Voyager review on TechLounge.
The LG Voyager sells for $199.99 on Amazon.com.

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