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The VX9900

Discussion in 'LG enV' started by jrsmith91w, Sep 1, 2006.

  1. jrsmith91w

    jrsmith91w New Member

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    Hey whats up everyone. New to the site. Was hoping that someone on here had some up to date info on the VX9900. Any pics or website anything. I just bought my VX9800 and love it so i cant wait to see what the new 9900 will look like. Any info would be great. thanks

    Jason
     



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  2. jdeg

    jdeg Administrator Staff Member

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  3. phonewiz

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    hey got info on the lg enV [​IMG] this phone is really hot!!!:flamemad:
    The enV from LG has everything: EV-DO high-speed technology, V CAST, VZNavigator, Wireless Sync, a QWERTY keyboard, a large internal screen, dual stereo speakers, and an external memory port. It has a 2.0 megapixel camera & camcorder with autofocus and lens cover, and Bluetooth® stereo support for listening to music and it is packed into a slimmer and lighter weight design.

    Bluetooth®
    Bluetooth Version: 1.2
    Profiles Supported: headset, hands-free, dial-up networking, A2DP (Stereo), object push for vCard, serial port, file transfer, audio/video remote control, basic printing, human interface device
    Save up to 20 Bluetooth Pairings
    Bluetooth Stereo Headset Support for Music

    Music
    Music Player for MP3 and WMA Songs
    V CAST Music and Video
    Sync music from PC to phone
    Create & Manage Playlists
    Music Only Mode (RF off except Bluetooth)
    microSD Memory Port
    Dual Speakers for Stereo Sound

    Video/Camera
    2.0 Megapixel Autofocus Camera w/ Flash & lens cover
    Camera Resolution: 1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480 (default), 320x240 Pixels
    Video Recording Capability (digital zoom: up to 2.5x)
    Set Videos (under 5MB) as Wallpaper
    Video Resolution: 320x240, 176x144 (default) Pixels
    Voice/Audio
    One-Touch Speakerphone
    Text to Speech
    Speaker-Independent (VAD)
    Voice Memo Recording
    13 Unique Ringtones + Vibrate & Silent Modes
    Hearing Aid Compatibility - M3

    Mobile Media
    Text and Picture/Video Messaging

    Tools & Data
    QWERTY Keyboard for Easy Messaging
    VZ Navigator -voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions
    Wireless Sync E-mail (BREW® E-mail Client)

    Specifications
    1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA
    Data Transmission: High-Speed EvDO
    Dimensions: 4.64" x 2.08" x 0.78"
    Weight: 4.6 oz.
    Standard Lithium Polymer (950mAh)
    Usage Time: Up to 4 Hours & 30 Minutes
    Standby Time: Up to 19 Days & 4 Hours

    2.0 Megapixel Camera with Autofocus, Lens Cover & Flash
    microSD Memory Port
    QWERTY Keyboard
    Dual Speakers for Stereo Sound
    Bluetooth Capable*
    TTY Compatible
    Hearing Aid Compatibility = M3

    V CAST Music and Video – enjoy full-length songs, news, entertainment clips and more!
    Get sports, news & email with Mobile Web 2.0
    VZNavigatorsm with Turn-by-Turn Directions
    Wireless Sync via Get It Now®
    Text, Picture, Instant and Video Messaging

    2-yr contract
    2-yr contract price $199.99
    Online Discount -50.00 or mail in rebat at stores - 50.00
    Your Price $149.99
    if you buy this phone you get three motorola v325is for free
    if you buy it monday the 27 of november you get three lg vx5300 for free

    have fun im getting it.
     
  4. bossdragon

    bossdragon Daderator

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    I have had a chance to play with this phone. I can tell you, now that I have had my hands on it and put it through it's paces....I won't be getting one.

    PRO'S:

    2 meg camera

    Moved the CLR button on the front to a more accessable area

    Slimmer

    seperated the CLR and Speak button on the inside

    added an email button on the inside

    added another space bar on the left side in the inside

    The two soft buttons are now easier to get to

    CONS:

    To make the phone thinner, they placed the hinge in the phone itself. Now when you open it up, the phone won't stay flat as the top part now sticks down to far so the phone flops to one side. This is also due to the fact that the camera now sticks out of the back. Very, very stupid design!!!

    The inside button's don't stick out like the 9800 does, making it a bit weird and hard to text. Maybe over time, you would get used to it.

    The Function key is now gone. I don't know if you now have to double tap the new email key or not.

    If you own a 9800, you cannot use any of the items that you have bought for it.

    Music Essential Kit won't work

    Any Car Charger's or Home Charger's you bought won't work

    They switched the SD Card. You will now have to buy a Micro SD Card instead of a Mini SD Card

    The keys on the front are to close together, I ended up dialing a wrong number 7 out of 10 times. There is no way to feel what your dialing.

    Both the dealer and myself agreed the phone was put together way to sloppy or just thrown together in a hurry. The way the front is hinged was the biggest complaint that both him and I had. We also let a few customers look it over and a 9800. Every one of them said they would take the 9800 over the 9900 if they had to chose. Biggest complaint being the hing and the camera and the way it rocked/wobbled all over when opened to the first position.

    Man...what a disappointment!!!
     
  5. paulcman

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    Ouch, boss... c'mon, tell us how you really feel! Personally, I like the 9900 way better than the 9800. I will be picking it up as soon as I have the extra cash. I like the style of it much better than the 9800, which just looks like a brick with buttons. That is my personal opinion, and most of my co-workers agree with me.
     
  6. jdeg

    jdeg Administrator Staff Member

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    Boss, can you post that as a review in the review section? Include the features of the above post too ;)
     

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