The new LG Voyager, aka VX10000, is a smart phone that does it all. This device is able to broadcast TV, play music or videos, text or IM, browse the Web, and even has a built-in GPS chip. LG went all out with this phone and it shows. Keep reading for the full review.
The new Voyager is the best Verizon phone on the market right now in terms of all-around usability.
The benchmark for all smart phones seems to be the one set by the iPhone, and rightly so. The iPhone's revolutionary user interface hasn't been matched by any competitor as of yet. After looking at the Voyager, I can say that the previous statement still holds true. The Voyager's interface is somewhat similar to the iPhone's, but it's not quite as smooth as the iPhone's (more on that later).
Since the iPhone came out, any time a new smart phone is released, all you hear from the reviews is "is this the iPhone killer?" I'm tired of hearing that (although I have to admit that I've made the "iPhone killer" argument myself in previous reviews), and I think it should be put to rest. The iPhone is what it is, and that's the bottom line. There are plenty of other great smart phones out there, some of which are better than the iPhone in my opinion, and so we need to get over the whole "iPhone killer" statement every time a new phone is released. Now that I've gotten that off my chest, we can move on.
The LG Voyager is available exclusively through Verizon Wireless at a price of around $300 with a 2 year service agreement. I'll say right up front that this price is fair for this device because of its great capabilities as a phone and a multimedia device. That being said, this phone is not perfect, so it's definitely worth it to read on and find out if this smart phone is right for you.
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