The LG VX10000, also known as the Verizon Voyager or LG VX10K, is an Internet-enabled multimedia phone designed by LG Electronics and on the Verizon Wireless network, Telus, and Bell Mobility. The external screen is touch enabled with a virtual keyboard and buttons. It features an internal screen for use with the included full QWERTY keyboard. Both screens of the Voyager have WQVGA resolution. The Voyager's functions include those of a camera phone and a portable media player, in addition to text messaging, and Internet services including e-mail and web browsing. It is a dual-band mobile phone that uses the CDMA standard. It supports the EVDO data technology.
The Voyager's online release date in the United States was November 18, 2007, and it was released into stores on November 21, 2007, costing US $299 with a two-year contract, though it was subsequently lowered to $200, $150, $130, $100, and finally $80. The rapid price drop was due to stiff competition, notably the Apple iPhone 3G, which went on sale July 2008 and started at $199. The Voyager then dropped to its lowest price of $79.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. As of second quarter 2008, the LG Voyager had sold 1.3 million devices. On June 5, 2009, the LG enV touch was released for Verizon for $150.00.
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