Review: LG Versa
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Per internal Verizon source
should i get????
should i go with this phone if i am wanting a full qwerty keyboard phone, or should i go with something else????
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Movies on the Versa
Swivel Holster Clip
BTW - the battery for the Versa is the same as the Dare.
The surprise of the Versa
I go through all the steps, but the computer is unable to determine what my phone can and can't do. I'm not sure if this is a computer or phone issue.
I am able to transfer stuff from my phone to the computer no problem, but the other way around just doesn't work.
Does Verizon put something on the phone to prohibit transferring from your computer to phone so you have to buy their music, wallpapers, etc.?
The lack of decent calendar functions is my primary reason for hating most dumbphones. Thanks in advance.
Touch Key Pad Problem When Using Calendar
When I create an event in the calendar, I was having trouble entering text in the subject field using the onboard touch keypad in landscape mode. I can enter any text in the first and second rows of text, but as soon as I touch anything in the last two rows, it will return the screen back to the "New Event" screen with is the previous screen. If I rotate my phone back to portrait, all is fine and I'm able to enter any this way, of course, that means you will have to enter text the old fashion way...
No WiFi No Buy!
So this isn't the best choice for you. For me a great up grade. I don't need the internet at this point. Love my Dare but some of the extra's it...
And I also don't know why nobody is every willing to pay for any of the services they want to use. The world ...
The phone is brown, not maroon.
When the hell are these companies going to learn???
Just a quick note:
A good review overall. I'm actually one of the ones that enjoys the phone with the keyboard attached, and after you mess with it a bit switching between the two isn't hard.
This phone seems to be the biggest hit with people considering the EnV2/Voyager moreso than those going for the dare, at least in my store. A lot of my older customers are very interested in the phone because they want a touchscreen but don't want to give up a full keyboard. The touchscreen/keyboard makes it much easier for them to navigat...
Really a Touch Screen?
I'm wondering if this phone is really a true touch screen, or if you have to push while touching like the Dare? (at least that's how I understand the Dare is based on the reviews I read?)
capasitive: (storm, iphone/itouch) use a glass screen, and responds to electrici...
now here is the real issue: Dare or Versa?
anyone own the phone and can confirm it supports flash?