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PC Mag Mar 2, 2009

BOTTOM LINE: The LG Versa for Verizon is truly unique: a touch-screen phone with a detachable keyboard. And it's got a fun interface. We just wish its music and media features were stronger. PROS: Unique removable-keyboard design. Responsive touch screen. Fun interface. CONS: Some bugs. Poor...

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IntoMobile Apr 27, 2009

The LG Versa hit the scene on Verizon Wireless’s network as the first slate-based touchscreen handset with swappable add-ons. The LG Versa gets its name for its versatility, changing from svelte touchscreen phone to messaging powerhouse to handheld gaming device on a whim. It’s definitely a...

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8.0
peterd24 peterd24

This phone is really slick, the module ability is a great new idea from LG. I use the keyboard module quite often Without any modules on it, then it is a slick looking, responsive touch phone that has a pretty good UI. While it obviously doesnt have the cool marketplaces that the android,...

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