Excerpt: The LG Voyager doesn't have the mass or solid feel of the iPhone. It feels lighter in the hand and that's okay. We just hope the durability is there. I have never owned a phone that I haven't dropped multiple times. That's why dedicated buttons give me a sense of security. It's only a matter of time before I break the touch screen and buttons make me less anxious.
Conclusion: Overall: In conclusion, if you must choose between the LG Voyager or the Apple iPhone, the obvious choice would be the LG Voyager as it has a lot more functions while tagged only at half the iPhone's price.
Excerpt: The iPhone has been the star of the show in the cell phone market, and other manufacturers are trying to get competitors out to …
Pros: Dual 2.8″ screens., Spacious internal QWERTY keyboard., Built-in GPS and mobile TV applications., Stereo over Bluetooth with A2DP., Fast EVDO connection., Great call quality., Loud speakerphone without distortion.
Cons: Phone feels cheap., Touch screen somewhat hard to use., No multi-touch or gestures.
Conclusion: To get the most out of the Voyager, you’ve really got to use the email, IM, SMS, and mobile TV features. The Voyager has a lot to offer, but we’re not getting rid of our dedicated music player, and PDA fans will find this phone less handy than more sync-friendly models. Compared with the iPhone, the Voyager gives you marginally better call quality, stereo Bluetooth, GPS, and a very finger-friendly keyboard, as well as many of the same features, though it lacks WiFi.
Pros: Keyboard is excellent for IM, email, and texting; GPS and Mobile TV; easy navigation
Cons: Limited video support; cannot sync Outlook via USB; no WiFi; doesn't come with a microSD card
Conclusion: We liked the LG VX9800 and enV , but the Voyager takes that line up several notches in the multimedia and innovation departments. The large external touch display works well, though not perfectly for touch control and at 400 x 240 pixels and 262k colors, it's Verizon's best phone for watching V Cast Video and Mobile TV.
Pros: Great outer and inner displays. Outer touch screen with vibe is innovative and fairly functional. Fantastic QWERTY keyboard, excellent sound quality, very good call quality and A2DP stereo Bluetooth support. Verizon's UI is simple and easy to learn, though some common tasks require too many taps or clicks of of the d-pad. For those in need of direction, VZ Navigator works well on the phone for turn-by-turn directions.
Cons: Large and heavy compared to feature phones. Touch screen response sometimes lags and vibration isn't as helpful as you might think. Camera is just so-so.