does anybody have the LG VX9800 ? is it any good, in your opinion? i'm gonna get a new cell phone soon and that one is interesting to me. if that one's bad lol, what are some other (Verizon wireless) cell phones that are good? thankss!!
duudee_advicer answered Thursday October 12 2006, 9:04 pm: My brother has it :)
I love using it, however when he first bought it, the sound didn't work, but he took it back and had it replaced the same day.
I'd totally recommend it, its easy to use, and I think its cute.
Anq3L_xO answered Thursday October 12 2006, 8:16 pm: I like the VX9800 and would say you should get it. I have the LG VX7000 and I love it because you can move the camera so that you can take a picture of yourself while you look at the screen. Not really the best 'advice' but if you're looking at other phones, I would also reccommend the VX7000. Good Luck. -Angel [ Anq3L_xO's advice column | Ask Anq3L_xO A Question ]
adviice_whore answered Thursday October 12 2006, 7:15 pm: you're in luck because i have this phone!!!! i think its the best phone in the world, its like a sidekick but its not as big and bulky which is good. if you go on aim or use the internet and text on it, this phone makes it soo much easier to type because it has a keyboard just like the one you used to type this question haha.. its pretty big not as big as a sidekick but still its on the bulky side. if you buy a memory card for it you can store tons of pictures. this phone has a camera and a video camera so you can make videos on it. it has tons of features..
i got this from a website.. heres some basic information about it
Usage time: up to 240 minutes
Standby time: up to 192 hours
Size: 4.57H x 1.97W x 1.0D inches
Weight: 5.19 oz
* All Digital Phone
* 1.3 Megapixel Camera with Flash and Business Card Reader
* Bluetooth® Capable
* QWERTY Keyboard
* V CAST Music - Demo
* Email via Wireless Sync
* Embedded MP3 Player
* VZ Navigator Capable
* Color Screen
* Text to Speech (English)
* Voice Dialing
* MiniSD External Memory Port
* TTY Compatible
* Hearing Aid Compatibility = M3
For details on Hearing Aid Compatibility, select this link
* Meets FCC SAR limit. Manufacturer's highest FCC reported SAR 1.1 at ear, 0.995 on body. Actual SAR may vary.
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