Excerpt: LG’s black and silver beauty is one of the flagship phones for Verizon Wireless’ V Cast mobile television service. The VX9400’s main attraction is a vivid 2.2-inch screen that rotates 90 degrees so you can watch CSI the way it’s meant to be viewed — horizontally.
Pros: Friendly interface. Pleasant, rubbery feel. Sharp photos from 1.3-megapixel cam. Mobile TV looks crisp and clean — The Daily Show on the toilet? W00t!
Cons: Cramped keypad. Weak speaker volume. TV antenna looks ridiculous when extended. No memory card or USB cable included. TV service available in limited areas; signal can be inconsistent.
Excerpt: LG VX9400: The LG VX9400 is the quality handset launched by the company. The phone is quite attractive because of its swivel design and large screen. It looks similar to the basic slider phone.
Conclusion: A very nice offering from LG and Verizon, and an exciting one since the LG VX9400 is one of the first two US TV phones. Even if you're not in a metro area covered by Verizon's new TV service, the VX9400 is worth a look thanks to its good call quality, strong reception, great display and overall good...
Conclusion: The LG VX9400’s combination of unique design and surprisingly crisp TV quality and reception bodes well for this new category of phone. Even without the TV however, this is another superior phone from LG and Verizon.
Pros: V CAST Mobile TV & Music; 2.2" swivel T-bar screen; excellent 1.3MP camera; stereo Bluetooth; microSD memory card slot
Cons: Awkward screen position for phone calls; arbitrary screen position requirements; no Bluetooth stereo for TV; no external music controls
Excerpt: Al Ces 2007 però presentato un nuovo modello della Lg che andrà sotto il brand americano Verizon Wireless, si tratta dell’LG VX9400 V CAST Mobile TV phone un nuovo tvfonino ampio, maneggevole e potente.