Excerpt: Overall, this is a more than satisfactory phone if used for basic cellphone functions. It has a full Qwerty keyboard and an elaborate complete touch screen on the front. being revolutionary in bringing the touch to phone, its touch screen is mediocre.
Excerpt: I have had my LG Voyager for a little over 6 months now. I was very excited that it has a touch screen. Now that I have had the chance to use it for seveal months, I am not so thrilled with the touch screen.
Excerpt: I bought the Verizon Voyager for my boyfriend’s and my own business usage. While the business never took off, we did end up using the phone for ourselves - both of us approximately six months total.
Excerpt: I’ve had the LG voyager phone for 2 years now. The phone itself has had a lot of problems. I’ve traded in my LG voyager for about 3 replacement Voyager phones now because the phone had problems that were the phones fault.
Excerpt: About two and a half weeks ago, my family and I all bought the LG Voyager by Verizon. We all love the phones and think they are great. This phone has an endless list of “pros” and only a few possible “cons”.
Excerpt: When I say I had it more than a year. I had this model. The actual phone had to be replaced so many times I ran out of warranties. I only dropped it once or twice, each time landing on carpet, and took as best of care of it as I could. A few of the times that I asked for a replacement the phone was maulfunctioning before I even sent my first call/text. Examples being missing buttons, touch-screen refusing to calibrate, phone turning off at random intervals.
Pros: The antenna spins.
Cons: missing buttons, touch-screen refusing to calibrate, phone turning off at random intervals. Probably the worst part however, is it's tendancy to freeze, shut off, not charge, have the sharging port become loose, buttons fall off when you open the box, fails to send texts at times even in good service area, unpredictable battery life, antenna often broken out of the box, at times you cannot hear the person you are calling even with the volume up at the maximum
Excerpt: decent build. had it for 2+ years and it didnt completely break. although after a few years the right hinge broke and now it doesnt stay closed unless you hold both halves together. average reception and call quality except sometimes theres an echo. internet is slow and doesnt load properly unless you use the mobile format which is inconvenient with large websites. speakers are excellent. music player is below average.
Pros: good speakers, big keyboard
Cons: no threaded messages, slow multimedia messaging, outdated internet
Excerpt: okay... the voyager is a very good phone... for, at most, the first year you have itthe possibilities will seem endless on it... great calls, easy texting... overall wonderful phone...but i figured out that it wasn't as good as expected...calling:very good calling, easy use of speed dials and contact listi very much like the call quality and find no cons in ittexting:awesome keyboard, hands downbest ive ever used (besides computer keyboards)here's where it gets...
Pros: good keyboard, excellent calling
Cons: bad touch screen, unpredictable battery life, charge port loosens easily, internet is horrible, mobile tv is bad, shuts off unexpectedly
Excerpt: Well this phone is decent, but it definitely has it's cons. The first huge advantage to the phone is the internal/external touch screen with the full QWERTY keyboard. I absolutely love it. But another thing I strongly dislike is the touch screen itself. I don't like the fact that when you click something on the screen, the screen kind of dips down, unlike newer phones, such as the Incredible.
Pros: Fast phone, Good speakers, Internal/external screen with full QWERTY keyboard
Cons: Bad touch screen, Battery doesn't function well, No threaded messaging