LG VS660 Vortex Cell Phone, Android Touch Screen. Black (Verizon) No Contract Required. Wi-Fi

August 30, 2013 - Comment

If you’re new to the world of smartphones, the Android-powered LG Vortex for Verizon Wireless offers an excellent blend of easy functionality and handy mobile features that keep you connected to all your social networks. It’s also preloaded with Bing Maps so you know where you are and how to get where you’re going as

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If you’re new to the world of smartphones, the Android-powered LG Vortex for Verizon Wireless offers an excellent blend of easy functionality and handy mobile features that keep you connected to all your social networks. It’s also preloaded with Bing Maps so you know where you are and how to get where you’re going as well as Bing Search, which helps you find what you’re looking for without typing thanks to Bing Voice Search capabilities. The Vortex features a large 3.2-inch touchscreen display with virtual QWERTY keyboard (plus access to the easy-to-use Swype keyboard enhancement.)

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use Android 2.2-powered 3G smartphone with touchscreen display and virtual onscreen keyboard (including Swype enhancement)
  • Access to Google services; Bing Search and Maps enabled; can be used as a 3G Mobile Hotspot for up to five Wi-Fi connected devices; VZ Navigator capable
  • Wi-Fi networking; 3.2-MP camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; microSD memory expansion; HTML web browser
  • Up to 7.5 hours of talk time, up to 500 hours (20+ days) of standby time; released in December, 2010
  • Clear ESN , Ready To Activate, No Contract Required. Includes: Phone, Battery, Wall Charger. ***Verizon Data Plan Required***

 

Comments

Saeed Rezaei says:

It’s an “Average” Phone I’ve had this phone for about a year now. I got it for free with a 2 year contract with Verizon. I guess I can’t say much about a free Android phone, but still, this phone has its faults.First off, the phone has a pretty good design. It’s not too flashy, but still has a nice and slim design. I like the fact it has physical navigation buttons rather than the touch navigation buttons, that are on most other Android Phones. The sound quality is also good. The sound quality is loud, clear, and crisp. The Speaker Phone is also very clear and loud. Plus it’s backed up by Verizon’s network so you shouldn’t have much problem with it. This phone is also pretty durable. I’ve never bought a case for it and I’ve dropped it around a few times on some hard surfaces. The phone still looks and works great. The back battery cover and the screen is not prone to any scratches.Now for the many faults of this phone. First off, It states that this phone can do 20+ Days of Stand By…

Anonymous says:

My wife is relunctantly tip toeing into what ever century we are in. She is slowly picking up on the workings of an android smart phone. I think she’s having fun at it but hasn’t had it very long. It fits her hand fine, the battery seems to last longer than my Droid X between charges. I hope time doesn’t have any bad news in the future.

Anonymous says:

It’s ok for what it is which is one of the cheaper smartphones that you can get with no contract. I got this when I lost my phone and didn’t have an upgrade available. It seems to struggle technically when trying to run some apps (turn by turn directions just did not work for example) and frequently run low on storage space because many apps can’t be moved to the SD card, but it gets the basics like phone, text and email done if you need it. I was glad to trade it in for a higher end phone when my contract was up for renewal/upgrade.

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