Excerpt: Read this full review of the LG Versa (also known as LG VX9600) and find out what features and options it has to offer. This is a complete LG Versa review with a detailed description of the phone's capabilities.
Conclusion: The LG Versa is a solid smartphone with a good camera, fast Internet access and nifty aesthetic. The attachable keyboard makes it a highly original offering as well. The chunky stylus and lack of peripherals like included headphones take the Versa down a notch, as the hyped multimedia is less well-organized than in other comparable phones.
Pros: Attachable keyboard; good voice recognition; solid camera
Summary: If you can live with the clunky Web browser, the LG Versa is a very good touch-screen phone with the added versatility of optional modules.
Pros: The LG Versa is an attractive touch-screen handset with an animated user interface, plus it has options for additional modules. The Versa also has a full HTML browser with Flash Lite support, EV-DO, GPS, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and a music player. It comes with a QWERTY keyboard module, which doubles as a case.
Cons: The LG Versa suffers from a poor Web-browsing experience, and the screen can be sometimes unresponsive in certain applications. There is no Wi-Fi, and Visual Voice Mail has a monthly cost.
Conclusion: The LG Versa VX9600 is a versatile, innovative and fun phone. If you love touch screen phones but can't do without the hardware keyboard, the Versa has a unique appeal, at least among feature phones. The QWERTY cover also happens to look great and do a good job of protecting the phone without adding significant bulk. Call quality is good and reception is very good; making this an easy phone to recommend.