LG VX-8400 Revealed
This is why there is no mem card slot!!!!!
1) Main Chipset MSM6550, Memory (1Gbits NAND Flash + 256Mbits LP-SDRAM)
...this means there's 1 whole gigabyte of user accessable storage (the 256mb is probably for VZW's use, phone software, vzw's vcast stuff etc...). This is going to be outstanding a phone on VZW that offers 1gig of memory wow!! 🤤
wait there's even more great news about this phone...
13)3D Graphics GUI: Menu, Animations
This means that it will most likely be using Verizon's new and improved interface compared to the cruddy one they use now. Isn't this phone awesome!!
The Mouse Key lets you scroll circularly throught menus quickly and easily...
by the looks of the phnoe, by the photos by the FCC, it seems that you can scroll through menus using just your finger....
1 Giga-bit is NOT the same as a Giga-Byte!
https://www.phonescoop.com/news/discuss.php?fm=m&ff= ... »
Look at the date. 👀
...and looking at the internal photos, it's quite clear that is just a connector, and there is no memory card slot anywhere....
the trend continues
Trade VX-9800 for VX-8400??? What does everyone think?
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Okay you guys here's the actual info of the vx8400 and vx8500(sort of).
Nothing too exciting, but it looks like the US might be getting a couple more handsets from LG: the VX8400 and VX8500. The VX8500 (pictured right) is a bit camera shy, and we're otherwise short on deets, but we can tell it least has a camera, and it could be a slider -- or something. As for the VX8400 clamshell (pictured left), the FCC was kind enough to share the manual, so we know it's a musicphone with 128MB of storage, Bluetooth, a 2.2-inch 176 x 220 pixel screen, external color display and a 1.3 megapixel camera. The EV-DO phone also promises to have a 3D graphics GUI, so that should be exciting. Phone Scoop is predicting Verizon on this one, but no word on price or availability of either handset.
I'm thinking ALLTEL...
VX8500 on FCC
The photos are locked until 6/26/06.
Maybe then we will know more specs about it.
https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/fcc_query.php?gc=B ... »
Should be the VX8200?
Dimensions on the VX8400
i wouldnt worry about it too much....