LG Chocolate VX8600 Review

The VX8600 is a combination of all the good the Chocolate had to bring, yet is in a slim flip phone that is the size of the RAZR. The body construction and looks of the phone are very stylish, the music player works well, camera is adequate, and call quality is good. However, the speaker that is located on the front flip is ...
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7 Comments

1. bob unregistered

I like the 8600, it looks nice

2. phil unregistered

Really nice, detailed review. Best phone review I've read in a long time, thanks.

3. Skykid14 unregistered

Thanks for posting such in-depth reviews of these phones. Very very helpful!

4. neesk unregistered

I've had it a month and it's the best looking phone out there. The battery life is excellent and the sound quality and signal strength are fine. The cons: 1. I have big fingers--too big for the tiny slippery buttons. 2. Speakerphone is barely louder than the regular phone level. 3. External touch-sensitive buttons can be activated easily while phone is in my pocket, then the music can start to play or just slowly drain the battery. If you never use speakerphone and have small or med. sized fingers, this is a great phone. I think I need the 8300.

5. brenden unregistered

Ditto. This review was really thorough and helpful. Thanks for the depth.

6. tsantsa unregistered

nice reviewit's a good (as in so so and okay) phone nice flash interface

7. cvs unregistered

Real nice n pretty. The touch thing on the front was cool to mess with. I lost my beloved vx8000 to water and upgraded to this. The buttons are horrible to press when open and I'm forever pressing the wrong buttons because it's so flat. They placed the other buttons on the top flap which is the hardest to reach in the world. Plus it feels flimsey like it will break. i dont like it anymore.
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