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The LG Voyager shows its full keyboard and large interior display.

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of 10

The Voyager drops the enV's tiny external screen and cramped control in favor of a large and vibrant touch screen.

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2
of 10

The Voyager features an attractive icon-based menu system. We also like the tactile feedback on its external display.

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3
of 10

The rear face of the Voyager holds nothing else besides the camera.

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4
of 10

A few controls sit on the left spine on the Voyager including a a volume rocker and a touch-screen lock switch.

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5
of 10

The Voyager has a comfortable feel in the hand, and it's guaranteed to win a few looks on the street.

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6
of 10

The Voyager is rather bulky. It's a tight fit in most pockets.

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7
of 10

The Voyager has one of the best alphabetic keyboards we've seen on a cell phone.

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8
of 10

The individual buttons are large and well-spaced, and we like the selection of shortcut controls.

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9
of 10

The camera lens lacks a flash, which is disappointing.

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of 10
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