Summary: I love this phone! I've had it for years. Eventually upgraded to a smartphone, but missed the simplicity of a real phone, and eventually moved back to the LG VX9400. With all the amazing phones out there, I still get stopped with questions about the unique look of my phone. Most recognize it as the "Iron Man" phone. Unfortunately Verizon no longer offers the tv service that comes with the phone, but it's still a dependable and great looking phone!
Excerpt: This was in fact my favorite phone I had ever owned. If life in this society didn't require for me to have a smartphone I would've kept this phone as long as possible :) I just didn't have any internet on it.
Impractical. Engineer of this product should be fired.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The LG 9400 is a sleek looking phone from the outside but an impractical use on the inside. When listening to voicemail you have to keep phone open and tilt to the side to listen so you can hit the keys to delete and listen to messages. The face of the phone is scratched quit easily. Durability of this phone is decent, though it has a delay when going back and forth from open to close.
Excerpt: I got this cell phone about 3 years ago as part of a promotion that verizon wireless was offering, it ended up costing me nothing (except for the tax of course). I also got one for my wife, and she likes it a lot. The phone battery has just started to seem to wear out a little, but for the most part the battery life lasts for at least two to three days without a recharge, and what I also like is that you can charge it while it is still on, which makes it a lot easier to...
Excerpt: I purchased this cell phone for my son over a year ago and he has had no complaints. He loves the screen and how it turns and just the overall look of it. He is a huge texter so he really does not like the texting option for this phone because he is used to a keyboard style phone. It is a little difficult for him to text but that is his only complaint. He loves how videos, pictures, etc.
Excerpt: <p style="padding-left: 30px; text-align: center;">my review for the LG - vx9400 <p style="padding-left: 60px; text-align: left;">not only was this phone fragile, it is also complicated. the only thing i found usefull about this phone was it left room in my pockets for multiple things, and the fact that i could mesh my mp3 player, e-mail and phone into one, but come on seriously everyother phone does that now day.
Excerpt: So I am relatively new to the cellular phone industry. I have had the LG VX 9400 for about one year give or take. At first i was in love with it. The screen has BEAUTIFUL Coloring. Reading text, dialing numbers, or updating contacts is very easy do to the well lit, easy to see, and color friendly screen. The pictures this camera takes is better than my actual digital camera. It is wonderful. Also another feature is the video camera.
Excerpt: I bought this phone about 1 year ago and it has lasted, surprizingly. But I have had nothign but problems with it. It always freezes on me. When I flip it open it will stay on that image for a few seconds or sometimes not even do anything. I would have to remove the battery pack and restart it. One time I removed the memory disk to transfer my pictures to my computer and ALL of my pictures were gone.
If it didn't have the problem that it did, I might still be using it.
5 February 2012
Summary: This phone is pretty cool with the way the phone screen opens and closes. It texts just fine. But i had to send it back because it had a virus or something and every time i would try to make a call the phone would shut down. Due to the fact that i bought it off of ebay, no cell phone places around would try to fix it for me. The whole process of buying it, activating it, have it not work, and then sending it back was kind of a pain.