Quick Take: The LG VX3300 for Verizon Wireless is an updated version of the . It retains the same basic candy bar-style form factor and the same dimensions (3.4 by 1.8 by 0.9 inches), though it weighs marginally less (2.8 ounces). Like its predecessor, the VX3300 does not have an external display, but it supports changeable faceplates.
In terms of features, the VX3300 is a basic cell phone like its predecessor. As with the VX3200, you get a speakerphone, voice dialing, text messaging, polyphonic ring tones, a tip calculator, a 65,536-color display, and a 300-person phone book. There's no multimedia messaging, but the LG VX3300 comes with 8MB of flash memory. The VX3300 is triband (CDMA 800/1900; AMPS 800) and has a promised battery life of 3.5 hours of talk time and 6.9 days of standby time. According to the FCC, the phone has a digital SAR rating of 1.1 watts per kilogram and an analog SAR rating of 1.13 watts per kilogram.