Review: LG Voyager
The LG Voyager is more than an enV on steroids, it is a phone for power users. There are a few hiccups, though. Read about them here.
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Is It Your Type?
Let's face it. If you're interested in the LG VX10000 Voyager, you're a power user. More than an LG enV on steroids, the Voyager almost does it all. Media playback and capture, full HTML web browsing, every form of messaging known to man, and, heck, it even makes pretty decent phone calls. If you're into any of the aforementioned, the Voyager is a solid candidate. Let's explore in detail why.
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One thing of note, the EV-DO radio did not necessarily make for super snappy browsing. In side-by-side tests, the iPhone, running on AT&T's EDGE network, often loaded pages faster.
Has anyone used both devices and noticed such a difference?
But the reviewer is not lying, most likely when the test was done the iphone was connected via WiFi, which could be faster than EVDO.
A Better Look...
PS I know they have the venus but it doesnt have a full keyboard so that kind of kills it for me.
Wonder if they reviewed it with new firmware?