Summary: Terrible phone. I had this phone for about a month and the track wheel popped off and the number pad stopped working. The phone was built for music but you cant download music becuase it runs through verizons vcast(which is discontinued) even if you were able to get music the head phone jack is two small for any US headphones. This sucks because this phone was geared tward music.
Summary: Was not as advertised The phone was advertised as new but it is not. The camera lens is cracked. The phone did not come in LG VX8550 factory packaging but a white box with a sticker label. Feel like I was rooked.
Summary: We had a few issues with this phone but the biggest one was that it didn't make or receive phone calls. When trying to place a call it would restart, and it didn't receive calls at all. The microSD slot didn't read my SD card either. Very disappointed.
Excerpt: The Chocolate is the only phone that I have ever actually taken home, used only a couple of days and the returned it to the store. I tried as hard as I could to like it, but it was a stubborn phone. Every soft touch would set off the mp3 player. It was extremely sensitive to touch and I hated the slide cover. The RAZR or en-V are better.
Excerpt: This phone is not designed for the every day texter! The letters are too small. The over all appearance is great but the lighted touch buttons around the dial are a bit confusing. They tend to turn on if you touch your cheek to them while in a conversation. Muting your caller or trying to search for contacts, etc.. while you are talking. Camera takes good pictures. However the view screen is tiny and settings are slightly confusing. Graphics are also very tiny.