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butt ugly

LL Cool Jake

Sep 11, 2007, 6:15 PM
more verizon lameness 😒 , no way this phone beats out the 8300
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Rich Brome

Sep 11, 2007, 6:19 PM
To each his own... I personally thought the 8300 design looked ugly and cheap. There's nothing special about this design, but it's much better than the 8300, IMHO.
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FAUguy

Sep 11, 2007, 9:51 PM
Still, the VX8000 is a classic!
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bigack

Sep 12, 2007, 3:39 PM
Rich Brome said:
To each his own... I personally thought the 8300 design looked ugly and cheap. There's nothing special about this design, but it's much better than the 8300, IMHO.


I HAVE TO AGREE WITH RICH, BUT BOTH LCDs ARE 262,000 YES!!!
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SystemShock

Sep 11, 2007, 6:34 PM
LL Cool Jake said:
more verizon lameness 😒 , no way this phone beats out the 8300

I've seen one in person... it's okay-looking, actually.

Not gorgeous, but not fugly either.
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heyheyhey

Sep 11, 2007, 8:21 PM
SystemShock said:
...Not gorgeous, but not fugly either.


And not worth signing 2 years of my life away 😁
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SystemShock

Sep 12, 2007, 12:01 AM
heyheyhey said:
SystemShock said:
...Not gorgeous, but not fugly either.


And not worth signing 2 years of my life away 😁

Meh, you're a Cingular-head anyway. Your profile:

User: heyheyhey

Member since May 27, 2006

Profile:

i like phones... that's why I'm on here.

oh yes, cingular > verizon.


πŸ™„
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evrodude

Sep 11, 2007, 9:14 PM
I've seen one and just ordered one from Verizon. $249.99 + tax without a contract extension. The phone has been released and is available through Verizon's web site. I am not a fan of phones with antennas sticking out and can't stand the fugly in your face Verizon interface. But ever since LG VX 8600, Verizon started doing the right thing more or less. LG VX8700, Motorola W385, Motorola Motorazr Maxx Ve and Razr2 seem to have a less in your face interface. I will post a review after I will have had a chance to play with the phone.
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diggsjf9

Sep 13, 2007, 4:03 PM
Can you help me with my decision. I can upgrade on one of my lines just to get by until my new every 2 and my husband has the LG 8300 which is great...too cheap feeling but works great...I saw the LG 8350 and I was going to get it for myself...have you tried the phone yet and if so what do you think? I have the Krzr phone now and I am trying it for the 30days or whatever. I can only make the swap ONCE so I want to make sure it isn't to a cheaper phone. I need good battery and reception. So...can you help me?
Jill
diggsjf9@gmail.com
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BillytheKid

Sep 14, 2007, 1:29 PM
I just saw this phone today in person (cant get a feel of a phone until viewing in person). I have/had the 8300 (dont use anymore for billing purposes). It still is a nice phone. When I saw the 8350 I wasnt impressed about the looks - more grayish exterior than the 8300. The inside border is basically black (aside from the branding). It is a lighter phone but dont think that it is cheaper for this, I believe it was intended to be lighter when it was manufactured. Significantly smaller than the 8300, you could almost hide it in your hand. Also the speakerphone on the back allows for closed-phone calls.

If you liked the 8300, you will be more than happy with this 8350.
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SystemShock

Sep 14, 2007, 1:48 PM
BillytheKid said: Also the speakerphone on the back allows for closed-phone calls.

Did you actually do this?

I've heard that, like the 8300, the flip has to be open for the speakerphone to work. Admittedly I didn't try it in the store when I was playing with it, it didn't even occur to me, since the speakerphone button is still on the keypad.
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