Review: LG Versa
The Versa does regular Bluetooth and stereo Bluetooth. We paired it with multiple headsets and computers with no problems. Sound quality of calls was on par with the quality heard through the earpiece. That is to say, a bit electronic. Music sounded pretty good through the stereo Bluetooth headsets. Better than voice quality.
Hit any of the keys when the phone is asleep, and the the time shows up nice and big on the screen. I could not, for the life of me, find any way to change the appearance of the clock. It is a digital read out. It doesn't appear possible to switch it an analog clock.
The Versa has the latest version of Verizon's navigation software. The GPS worked incredibly well. Even indoors, it was able to pinpoint me exactly in less than 10 seconds. It can show traffic, map routes, and get you from point A to point B with no problem.
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