LG Versa Review
Catering to various needs, the LG Versa probably got it’s name from the word, versatile. It can be configured as a standard phone not unlike the LG Dare, or as a horizontal flip phone messaging device with the main selling point, the add on keyboard, which also doubles as a case to protect the phone and it’s screen.
LG Versa is long and narrow, measuring 4 1/8″ by 2″and 0.5″ thick. The LCD display is a three inch touch screen with a 480 by 240 resolution and 18-bit color depth. As with most phones, it is hard to see in direct sunlight, but this baby does a pretty good job. The touch screen seems to be more effective than previous phone models, and responds quite easily without applying pressure.
One of the most powerful cell phone messaging devices, LG Versa can be transformed with the detachable add on QWERTY hardware keyboard, this is great for business users as it is one of the few devices where you can have a lightweight but feature rich cell phone, and convert it at any moment to a full fledged messaging phone. With a total of fifty keys and easy navigation, you should have no trouble getting used to this phone and doing everything you could possibly need to do. There are many improvements with the LG Versa, the menus have been streamlined, the finger scrolling has been improved, bluetooth is included. Keep in mind this is a cell phone, not a business smart phone, however it seems to be that they are starting to bridge that gap a little bit.
The Versa boasts a full HTML browser with Flash Lite support, EV-DO, GPS, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and a music player. With 290 minutes of talk time, and 430 hours of standby time, this phone should keep you going all day long without any issues.