Verizon LG VX9100 for those that prefer smaller

Maybe you’re not the sort of person that’s attracted to large external touch-screens such as Verizon’s LG Voyager, if so then Verizon have got it covered with the LG VX9100, with its smaller external display and external flip design keypad which is a full QWERTY. The LG VX9100 is slimmer and smaller in design offering the ideal handset for the texting aficionados.

You may have been under the impression the LG VX10000 Voyager was thought to be in line as successor to the LG VX9900 enV, if so then you would be mistaken. Apparently Verizon have the LG VX9100 in mind as the LG enV2, a true successor in form and name.

LG VX9100

Verizon have Maroon and Black first off for the LG enV2’s colour palette, so should offer more appeal than just black. From available images we see either a mimiUSB or microUSB on the LG enV2 along with a microSD slot, also there are whispers the LG enV2 will have a 2 megapixel camera, an upgrade from the original LG enV’s 1.3 camera.

LG VX9100

LG VX9100

Availability of the Verizon Voyager VX9100/enV2 and price range is not yet available, but one can be fairly confident that it will be more affordable than the LG Voyager VX10000.

Source — electronista


8 thoughts on “Verizon LG VX9100 for those that prefer smaller”

  1. Melanie says:

    I’ve been using a pay per use service (and generic phone) until I couldn’t continue making excuses of being technologically in the dark ages any longer. I’m not the most cell phone savvy person, and only used my pay per use phone for connecting with friends and family in urgent situations, and never texted.
    I have found this phone to be exceptionally user friendly. As suspected, I no longer go anywhere without it, and now drive my friends nuts with incessant texts;)
    Oh and the monthly service price alone (the biggest drawback in my opinion) is worth keeping tabs on my teen and finding lost people at events and stores. It’s made life much easier!

  2. Patricia says:

    I have had this phone for about a year and for no reason it just shuts off…any info on why it does this? Is is a bad battery…I hate to get rid of it but several of my friends who have had the same phone have upgraded alrealy??? HELP!

    1. Owen says:

      Open up the Battery, Wedge a little cardboard under the Battery. Reclose the Battery Cover. I had this problem and this resolved the problem. Battery was every so slightly loose in there.

    1. Owen. says:

      I had this problem. put piece of Cardboard under the battery. Reclose the Lid. This fixed it for me. Battery was a tiny bit loose with resultant intermittent lost connection to power. only for split second, but enough to scamble electronic timing etc.

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