LG VX8350 Review

It is unfortunate when a new phone does not live up to the previous model that came before it, but this is the case with the VX8350, where the physical design changes are outweighed by negative aspects of the device. There are several key areas that concern us about the VX8350. The first being the poorly designed hinge that flexes whenever the smallest amount of force is placed upon it. This makes us feel that the hinge will not hold up over time with everyday use. The second area of concern is the Reception and Call Quality.
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28. unregistered

Verizon phones do not ue SIM cards.

29. unregistered

I have had this phone for 6 weeks and have returned it twice the charger port rubber cover is lost immediately it is not fastened to the phone, also the charging port itself is a terrible design, it breaks easily pusing into the phone when inserting the charging plug. I want my old phone back.

33. elizabeth pennington unregistered

I have had 2 of these phones-very careful with both=otherwise perfect for me-right side hinge broke in both it seems insane that I am now unable to find a simple usable replacement phone-don't want anything besides ability to call and receive
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