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LG VX7100, VX9200, and VX11000 due out this year

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LG VX7100, VX9200, and VX11000 due out this year
Over on HowardForums there's been talk of 3 new LG phones due out for Verizon sometime this year, the VX7100, VX9200, and VX11000. Even though there are no pictures or tech specs (yet), those in-the-know say that the VX9200 will be an upgrade from the VX9100 enV2, and the VX11000 will be an upgrade from the VX10000 Voyager. The third phone is the VX7100, which just passed FCC Testing. We're not sure if it will be a flip phone, like the VX7000 from years ago, but it has peaked our interest. LG seems to be on a roll, with the VX9600 Versa due out March 1st.

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. remixfa (Posts: 14604; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)

not sure on the 7100, but even as hot as the voyager is still, in phone years, its getting a little long in the tooth. If they keep the basics the same, upgrade the browser a little more, and thin it out a bit, it will be even hotter the 2nd time around. dont forget to make it able to do more than 1 thing at once too!! jeesh!

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 07:36

2. LGVX1993 (Posts: 260; Member since: 27 Jan 2009)

I used to have the EnV2 and the Voyager for that matter and I cant wait to see these phones. Ive been hearing about the VX11000 for a while now too.

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 10:20

3. bng (Posts: 107; Member since: 12 Feb 2009)

wow now it hard because if this is true about another voyager idk if i sud wait for the Versa or the new Voyager its gonna be relly hard to chose lol good job LG and Verizon......

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 10:29

4. vzw fanman (Posts: 1976; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)

i think its good verizon picks lg for a lot of their phones :-)...is it possible for an area to have less bars than usual? people within like 20 miles of me are noticing less bars on their phones.

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 13:14

5. lovexlucy (Posts: 16; Member since: 14 Feb 2009)

ahh my plan's been up for months but i've been waiting for something i like to come out i thought i'd finally settled with the Versa but now the Voyager II may come out should i wait even longer?

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 13:37

6. Legion (Posts: 397; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)

I have the same dillema. You know theres gonna be something even more badass down the road once the Voyager 2 is released. We just cant win.

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 13:58

7. *HOVA* (Posts: 564; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)

Agreed. The market today makes you wanna pull your hair out. As soon as you get that sweet new phone there's always another one right around the corner. You either have to fork out the cash or live with that once cool phone for a while lol

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 16:43

9. vzw fanman (Posts: 1976; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)

hahah lol. i totally agree

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 15:50

8. Big Red (Posts: 101; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)

The 7000 "has peaked out interest." ... wonder what that means?

posted on 17 Feb 2009, 16:22

12. mikeaud44 (Posts: 30; Member since: 05 Dec 2008)

I'm sure they meant "piqued"

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 18:40

10. spellcheck (Posts: 13; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)

"Verizon sometime this year, the VX7100, VX9200, and VX11000." Hey PhoneArena, there's this fantastic thing called proof reading. The comma after VX9200 doesnt belong because of the word "and." I'm sure you already knew that a comma doesn't belong there though. Amazing how many smart people work here.

posted on 14 Feb 2009, 19:08

11. Neaku (Posts: 2; Member since: 10 Apr 2008)

Haha, yeah there's a fantastic thing called knowledge. Straight from Google's results for "How to use commas" "Use a comma to separate the elements in a series (three or more things), including the last two. "He hit the ball, dropped the bat, and ran to first base." You may have learned that the comma before the "and" is unnecessary, which is fine if you're in control of things. However, there are situations in which, if you don't use this comma (especially when the list is complex or lengthy), these last two items in the list will try to glom together (like macaroni and cheese). Using a comma between all the items in a series, including the last two, avoids this problem. This last comma—the one between the word "and" and the preceding word—is often called the serial comma or the Oxford comma. In newspaper writing, incidentally, you will seldom find a serial comma, but that is not necessarily a sign that it should be omitted in academic prose." But the successor to the EnV 2 will probably really nice and by the time it is out my 2 years should be up so I'll probably end up with that.

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