Review: LG Vortex
Dec 8, 2010, 3:05 PM by Philip Berne
The LG Vortex brings the compact LG Optimus family to Verizon Wireless. Is this compact smartphone the black sheep of the flock?
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Is It Your Type?
The LG Vortex is Verizon Wireless' version of the LG Optimus, a phone I've reviewed on Sprint and T-Mobile as well. The Vortex, like all the Optimus phones, offers a modern Android 2.2 system in a compact, touchscreen body. It packs all the same features of the other Optimus phones, though it launches at more than twice the price of T-Mobile's version. Is Verizon's LG Vortex worth paying for?
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