Six years ago, LG jumped on the messaging phone bandwagon with a dual-screen flip phone. The company has stuck with that design philosophy, earning it many accolades along the way. CNET takes a look back at the LG EnV, the Voyager, and the most recent Genesis.
CNET editors take a look at the evolution of LG's dual-screen flip messenger phones, from the LG VX9800 to the recently released LG Genesis, the first of the series to be an Android smartphone.
A QWERTY keyboard makes messaging faster, easier, and more fun on the fully loaded LG VX9800, but the trade-off is a bulky, less-than-cool handset.
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The snazzy-looking new LG VX9800 brings a wealth of features to Verizon Wireless customers.
Verizon's new LG VX9800
We give you our initial impressions on Verizon's new LG enV.
The excellent LG Voyager for Verizon Wireless wins CNET's Editors' Choice award.
The design still isn't perfect, but the LG EnV is a high-quality messaging and multimedia cell phone.
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