LG's Versa Vaults Onto Verizon's Network
Today Verizon Wireless and LG announced the LG Versa - short for versatility. The Versa's stand-out feature is its combination of a 3-inch touch display with a QWERTY keyboard that can be attached or removed at will to suit the user's needs. The Versa has a customizable 3D user interface and provides haptic feedback when touched. Other features include an accelerometer, GPS, 2 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and video capture, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and visual voicemail. The Versa has a full HTML browser that supports RSS and multiple windows, and it supports microSD cards up to 16GB. The Versa will be available beginning March 1 for $200 after rebate with new agreement.
from Verizon Wireless
How long before it takes for customers to pile back into the stores because they lost their detachable keyboard?
I see you have teenage daughters too!
Versa now on the Verizon's site
G1 knock off
That and a Nokia E90 copy.
G1 knock off
Did I miss something? Since when did the G1 come with a removable keyboard?
And isn't the G1 considered a smartphone? This is just an LG Dare with a keyboard. And considering how popular the Dare is, throw a...
It's essentially a Dare with a real keyboard because people like me and others would shatter an onscreen keyboard from use.
I'm a huge fan of the G1/...
Another flavor of Dare!
Also full html? will it have java and flash? i don't think so which is a cons against these phones.
But I guess we'll wait and see to redeem my NE2 and hopefully that rule of having to pay for VCast like it or not like with the PDA/Smartphone doesn't come on effect any time soon.
Seriously - who cares?
What's with all these cheesy teenager phones being released these days anyway?
Just because a PDA works for you does not mean the rest of the world needs to configure to your needs. Not everyone wants or needs a PDA phone.
Another article, more detail
covers more features of the phone, and at least here it's not blocked by the corporate firewall
Haven't been able to find anything about resolution restrictions, or whether it requires specific encoding options though...
touchscreen and os.....
As for the OS, it won't be the dare's because it supports multi-window browsing and a few other things that make it a new os... as for that cool "cube" interf...
Picture looks good but...