May have to wait for this one, hope it does come to Verizon. It looks good.
This has been announced last week, its the aloha phone that was released in korea or somewhere like that.
And I love LG, had the Voyager before the droid and was best phone I had up till then.
After having to go through 4 EnvTouch's (daughters phone) and numerous software updates and rollbacks in a four month period I will never own another LG phone. Finally just got it swapped for a Samsung which she loves. Funny when we were on AT&T we had two LG CU500's and never had a problem. Just this last thing has not left me with a warm fuzzy about LG.
I agree the phone looks a little thick and a little small as well. I don't really have any LG experience other than using my gf's LG Vu which in my opinion, blows so hard. In the end I find it hard to believe you can go really wrong with an Android phone.
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I like my droid.. i love the design of my phone.. althought the specs of this looks great.. i feel like its a kids phone.. kinda like a LG motoblur.. uhmm.. They are doing Great Jobs with marketing nowadays.. DAMMNN<,,
I played with this a while back and came away thinking it was a powerful replacement to the Moto Droid. Similar in size but lighter weight and a more user friendly keyboard. Obviously the specs show mite power and spied. My inky knock is that the form factor was not really a departure from the norm. While there is nothing wrong with it, it didn't really jump out as unique.