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When we ask readers like you to help us rank the top gadgets, we usually focus on the best (and sometimes the worst). Recently, you selected our Readers' Choice winners for the 2013 Engadget Awards, but in the spirit of our 10th birthday, we wanted to try something a little different. Do you have

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Yep, it's real! In case orange or the original gray scheme weren't to your liking, the LG enV on Verizon can now be had in a \"hot new green color\" (their words, not ours) -- but only at your friendly local Circuit City location. It seems this particular version has been designated as a Circuit City

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So much for any color approaching normalcy, apparently! Following the original pedestrian scheme of silver and black and its wacky, wild bright orange cousin, Verizon and LG are apparently prepping a dark green VX9900 enV that looks fit to take on a textual sortie or two. No word on a release date

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As expected, LG's hip lil' QWERTY number, the VX9900 enV, has re-dropped in orange. The feature list is pretty much the same as the original, they've just gone ahead and gutted the phone's stiff, businesslike black and replaced it with a decidedly brighter hue. Get it online -- it's an online exclu

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We've known these two were in the pipe, but there's something about big, pretty pictures that really drives the point home. First up is the Motorola W385, an entry-level flip that borrows some design cues from its KRZR stablemate while deleting the external music controls and \"ooh, shiny\" finish. T

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Leave it to LG to come up with an idea to reinvent the same hot, trendy QWERTY phone for The Network and release it in a different color. Enter Verizon's enV (aka VX9900) in a new color scheme that closely resembles a color normally reserved for Crayola's Crayons (think burnt sienna). With no \"offi

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Last time we checked, the true challenge in speedy texting was overcoming the numeric keypad. Just ask Ben Cook or Ang Chuang Yang -- two of the world's quickest -- about what it's like to belt out a meaningless sequence of 160 characters without even the benefit of predictive text entry to ease the

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With the sheer volume of pre-launch press swirling around it, expectations were naturally running high for the VX9900 \"enV,\" Verizon and LG's update to the deeply-adored VX9800. Does it live up to the hype? MobileBurn put the enV through a gauntlet of tests, and yeah -- it looks like the split-pers

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Certainly no secret up until now, the VX9900 (aka the enV), successor to the VX9800 (aka the V), predecessor to what will surely be dubbed the VX10K (aka the Flying V), is now officially out -- November 27th, as stated. It can be had for as little as $150 with two year agreement and rebate, and fea

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Certainly no secret up until now, the VX9900 (aka the enV), successor to the VX9800 (aka the V), predecessor to what will surely be dubbed the VX10K (aka the Flying V), is now officially out -- November 27th, as stated. It can be had for as little as $150 with two year agreement and rebate, and fea

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We seen spy photo after spy photo. We learned about the incredible feature set. And we waited (and waited) for Verizon Wireless to announce the when and at what cost. Thankfully, our questions have now been answered. Verizon has set full retail pricing at $320.00, one year contract is $200.00, and

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It looks like Verizon customers are about to have themselves a very Moto-riffic holiday season indeed, with not one, not two, but three new models coming down the pike (technically, it's two new models and a new color of an existing model -- but work with us here, folks). First up is the W315, a lo

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Ok, this is just getting silly now. We've patiently watched the LG VX9900 make its way from the mouth of our own Boy Genius and onto Verizon's Backup Assistant page. We then peeped it wee and splayed, caught in the wild, in a hurry, and finally with a bit more clarity. Now, we've got these apparent

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Ok, this is just getting silly now. We've patiently watched the LG VX9900 make its way from the mouth of our own Boy Genius and onto Verizon's Backup Assistant page. We then peeped it wee and splayed, caught in the wild, in a hurry, and finally with a bit more clarity. Now, we peep these apparent p

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True, the handful of shots of the VX9800 Communicator successor over at Phone Scoop are only marginally better than the last batch, but we know there are some Verizon peeps out there waiting for this thing to hit retail. A little more eye candy never hurts, does it? Follow the link for the full spr

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The kiddies over at Howard Forums are offering up even more blurred shots of what we all expect is the LG VX9900. This time, splayed wide for your weirdo QWERTY kicks. Love it or hit it, this followup to the VX9800 communicator should be coming to Verizon soon, as in any day now. Click-on for the p

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Ok, you know the drill by now. HowardForums has a purported shot (on left) of the thinner, sexier successor to the VX9800 communicator, the LG VX9900 we first trolled from the FCC (pic on the right) back in May. We're still hoping for this QWERTY clam to roll on Verizon sometime this month as repor

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Ok, you know the drill by now. HowardForums has a purported shot (on left) of the thinner, sexier successor to the VX9800 communicator, the LG VX9900 we first trolled from the FCC (pic on the right) back in May. We're still hoping for this QWERTY clam to roll on Verizon sometime this month as repor

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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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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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