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We were just a little giddy when we heard that Alltel would be releasing the LG AX8600 (aka VX8600 for Verizon folks, aka \"Chocolate flip\") in several popsicle-like colors a few weeks back, and as of now, these beauties are ready to go from Alltel. Alltel's site still lists the puppies as \"pre-order

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Alltel likes colors, from gloss black to fire red -- so it's no wonder that one of the handset staples in its inventory is getting new skins for all kinds of personalities and tastes. The LG AX8600 is apparently available not available in several new colors from CDMA carrier Alltel even though that

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For folks looking for a sweet new clamshell on Verizon, the choice between the Motorola K1m and the so-called Chocolate flip -- the LG VX8600 -- is a tough one. After all, they're both glossy, music-oriented pieces with touch sensitive external controls; heck, even LG agrees the similarity is a rath

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After a brief visit to their \"testman\" staging site this morning, Verizon went ahead and kicked out the LG VX8600 Chocolate flip without further ado. Still sportin' the specs leaked back in September, the VX8600 will cost you $129.99 on a two year contract after the on-line discount -- the rumored

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After a brief visit to their \"testman\" staging site this morning, Verizon went ahead and kicked out the LG VX8600 Chocolate flip without further ado. Still sportin' the specs leaked back in September, the VX8600 will cost you $129.99 on a two year contract after the on-line discount -- the rumored

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We know Verizon Wireless has internally announced the launch of the successor in the Chocolate series, the LG VX8600, but now we want to shed a little light on what you'll have to pony up to get one. Pricing specifics are $249.99 for full retail, $229.99 on a one year, and $179.99 on a two year ser

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With rumors coming fast and furious that the Chocolate flip -- alias LG VX8600 -- will be launching this month on Verizon, we thought we'd take this opportunity to publish clear, high-res pics of the hotness from virtually every angle. As a refresher, the high-fashion musicphone will hit us up with

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Don't say Roc didn't tell you so when we first brought you the details of the white Chocolate being released on Verizon Wireless, and when we wrote about the additional colors being introduced as well. Now, just in time to satisfy your sweet tooth for Halloween, Verizon decides to drop the White Ch

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Oops! Dotting all your i's and crossing all your t's is a painstaking process, we know, LG... we don't fault you in the least for leaking press shots (accidentally, we presume) for your VX8600 at CTIA. It looks like the official fact sheet slipped through your fingers, too: EV-DO, internal 220 x 17

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Overwhelmed with all the latest Chocolate intel? Does your sweet tooth still want more? Well here you go. Roc A Fella was able to smuggle out some marketing photos today and let us tell you, she's quite a sweet phone. Expect external music controls (yep), Bluetooth 2.0. microSD, a 1.3 megapixel cam

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Overwhelmed with all the latest Chocolate intel? Does your sweet tooth still want more? Well here you go. Roc A Fella was able to smuggle out some marketing photos today and let us tell you, she's quite a sweet phone. Expect external music controls (yep), Bluetooth 2.0. microSD, a 1.3 megapixel cam

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We hope you're not preparing for this to be a specced out monster of a cellphone, but for those longing for a Chocolate flip phone that may be a little (ok, a lot) too reminiscent of the KRZR, look no further than the Black Sapphire MG810 (aka VX8600, and U830). It'll apparently have a 1.3 megapixe

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We hope you're not preparing for this to be a specced out monster of a cellphone, but for those longing for a Chocolate flip phone that may be a little (ok, a lot) too reminiscent of the KRZR, look no further than the Black Sapphire MG810 (aka VX8600, and U830). It'll apparently have a 1.3 megapixe

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We know Verizon's The V (formerly known as the VX9800) has its fair share of fans (and detractors), but we're hoping they nailed it on the second go with their rumored VX9900; though the image here may be craptastic, it definitely does look to be a bit of an improvement and even takes a few notes

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The finer visual details of the VX8500's hinged sibling might remain unclear with these blur-tastic shots, but we think we can see enough here to question whether Verizon and LG are taking the \"Chocolate\" theme a smidge far. Its glossy exterior is presumably graced with the trademark touch-sensitiv

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Spelunking through the nooks and crannies of carriers' websites often yield tidbits on upcoming phones; Verizon's Backup Assistant page is doing the honors today, shedding light on a couple of LGs that'll be dropping shortly. First up is the \"big brother to the VX9800,\" the VX9900, a phone our own

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