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Verizon still hasn't fessed up to the imminent launch of its Voyager successor, but no matter -- its retail partners are happy to do that on their own. Best Buy's product page for the VX11000 enV Touch has now gone live, offering the phone for a $599.99 commitment-free -- which, to be fair, is stil

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The enV3 not your style? That's fine -- maybe you want to step up to the VX11000 enV Touch, then, which should be launching just a few days after its lightweight sibling to replace the aging Voyager on June 5 for $219.99 on contract with a $70 rebate. The lack of VCAST TV is a bummer, but on the fli

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Okay, we see how it is -- this is one of those times when Verizon isn't going to have much of anything new to show by the time the official announcement comes around. We guess we're okay with that, although we imagine there are plenty of good folks out there who are dying to know exactly when that

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Seems like just yesterday we were speculating about the LG VX10000 as we spotted it trying to sneak through the FCC approval process -- a phone that would later go on to become the Voyager -- but in reality, that all went down a year and a half ago, and the Voyager's starting to get a little long i

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