Excerpt: three homescreens allows for favorites, shortcuts, and media links. two options available for menu, one allows for usual verizon menu, but the second "smart menu" has 2 lists. list on the right is shortcuts to tools, message list, alarm, browser and others.
Pros: Threaded and Time organized messaging, auto focus and flash take good pictures, large screen, lots of memory for pictures, videos and games
Cons: screen occationally misses a touch or clicks the button next to it, occationally does strange things, quick restart will fix, occationally changes message recipient (restart fixes this)
Excerpt: I've had this phone for almost 2 years, I just got a notification I can renew my contract, which thank god, because this phone is garbage. its bulky, and you CANNOT put it in your pocket, or purse. where do you put it you ask? good question. wish i knew, your hand, and sometimes that fails.
Excerpt: i have had this phone for over two years now. i HATE THIS PHONE. the touch screen absolutely SUCKS. the keyboard is freaking UGLY! and its bulky, it sticks two feet out of my pocket. the only really good thing about this is that i can drop it a lot and it doesn't break. it could survive a bomb.
Excerpt: i love this phone its so cool.. I like how u can have a keyboard or no keyboard. Its very easy to use.. love the features.. This is the best phone ive had.. they need a versa 2 or something.. I would totally reccomend this phone.. You can sync music from ur computer..
Pros: Detachable Keyboard, Music sync, Camera, Easy to use
Excerpt: I've had this phone since the day it came out, and everyday I hate it more and more. I had a simple phone before but decided to spring for the nicest newest phone out there. I miss my old simple flip phone with no touch screen.
Excerpt: What can I say? I switched from a Voyager Titanium, which I had for two years and absolutely loved, to the Versa on my upgrade. Initially, when I got my Voyager, it was between that and the Dare. I was leary about full touch and no physical QWERTY. The Dare was also shotty in the OS department.
Pros: Nice design, excellent UI, touch is actually friendly
Cons: Battery life could be a bit better, add-on devices could be better
Excerpt: About 3 months ago I bought the LG Versa for use with my Verizon wireless contract. At first I thought the phone was awesome and absolutely loved it, but as I used it more I began to have some issues. The phone construction itself, as in durability, parts not …
Excerpt: I have had this phone since August and i really love it. It does everything i want and i can take the keyboard off whenever i want to so it will fit in my pocket. The only problem i have encountered was the first battery i had for the phone wouldn't hold a charge, so i just took it to verizon and...
Pros: Great design, 3 home screens, web browser works really well, pretty good camera
Excerpt: This review Is for the Lg Versa from Verizon Wireless and I think It’s a cool touch screen phone, I own one and I like It a lot, I’m on mine everyday. It use to come with a keyboard but I heard It doesn’t anymore but luckily for me …
Excerpt: a great upgrade from my original enV......could hav a better software but i like it anyway. i like the fact that it has a detachable/atachable keyboard but it isnt very attractive.....the phone alone is very slim and stylish. at first texting on the touch screen was hard but i got used 2 it.
Pros: texting is awesome, slim, stylish design
Cons: case is bulky and unattractive but is great for texting(idk if this is really a con.....)