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'Bout time we follow up the unboxing with a little hands-on action, eh? We think we've found enough to like about LG's VX10000 Voyager for Verizon to make enV owners... well, green with envy. Head on over to Engadget Mobile for our quick impressions!

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November 19, 2007 at 2:20PM
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There is certainly a substantial amount of hype built around LG's latest stab at the QWERTY phone market for Verizon Wireless -- the VX10000 Voyager -- and it isn't without merit. For starters, the feature-packed candybar sports a 2.81 inch exterior touchscreen paired with second display of equal s

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Here you go spyshot fans: purported pics of LG's new VX10000 and VX8800 handsets which recently cleared FCC approval. They're definitely grainy pics of something with all the naughty bits blocked to protect the innocent. Of course, the VX10000 is fascinating as the supposed successor to LG's VX9900

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Here you go spyshot fans: purported pics of LG's new VX10000 and VX8800 handsets which recently cleared FCC approval. They're definitely grainy pics of something with all the naughty bits blocked to protect the innocent. Of course, the VX10000 is fascinating as the supposed successor to LG's VX9900

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Kinda seems like this could be a predictable 'shop of a VX9900 showing evolutionary changes to the keyboard and screen -- but be that as it may, this picture is getting shown around on HowardForums as depicting the interior of the VX10000 recently outed by the FCC. The screen looks lovely and we th

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We're going to go ahead and venture that this VX10000 (yes, as in ten thousand) from LG that just hit the FCC is bound for Verizon, thanks to the \"VX\" prefix. That's about all we can gather, though. Pay no mind to the shape of the phone in the diagram here -- it's a generic picture that LG uses to

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