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I want this phone!


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MoNsTeReNeRgY22

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Well what do you guys think of this phone? Its the LG Voyager and it comes out soon. I had the original V and still do and I love it. I really want this and can't wait for it to come out!!!

http://gizmodo.com/g...lery-306428.php
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Monster, I don't have an opinion on the LG Voyager, however, I do remember my first mobile phone .... it was something like this
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:) :)
Check out the size of the battery :):unsure:
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I prefer the Treo 650 over the Blackberry because you can touch the screen. I like the capabilities of doing that with this phone as well. let us know how it works out for you. :)
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I prefer the UT Starcom for much the same reason that CW6 prefers the Treo.

You couldn't touch the screen with either the Motorola "Q" or the Blackberry (or many others). Buying a phone with windows mobile and not having touch screen is like using a computer without a mouse. You can do it, but why would you want to when there is something easier available for almost the same price?

This phone looks nice, but its awful small. 2 reasons that would worry me. With a small phone, you have a small battery. Small battery generally means shorter battery life. Also, it means less screen space, which can be a pain in the butt when reading webpages.
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I got chance to use the iPhone when I visited my brother in LA(won't be out in Ireland for a while). Would definitely recommend that myself. Your one looks pretty good though as well.
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That phone does look cool. One thing i can't understand is that the Iphone is failing! I really want a Iphone and they might stop making Iphones before i get one! :) :)

Edited by geek in training, 11 November 2007 - 08:07 AM.

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The iPhone is not failing... On the contrary, it's very successful, especially with a company that's new to the cell phone business, like Apple...
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