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The sleek VX8300 is built for significant mobile fun. Download and play video clips with V CAST, or crank up the tunes in stereo sounds with the built-in V CAST music player. Capture PIX and FLIX with the 1.three megapixel camera, or record your personal complete length videos.Get prepared for the power of Verizon’s thrilling V Cast service, which allows you to download or stream complete motion video and 3D games, all on your handset. A service like that requires some horsepower, and fortunately, the LG VX8300 is up for the job. And that includes help for Verizon Wireless’ thrilling music service, which lets you find out and jam out to tunes wherever you roam.

This upgrade to the popular VX8100 adds a thinner and lighter profile, much longer battery life, and help for stereo Bluetooth headsets and microSD memory cards alternatively of miniSD. As with the VX8100, the VX8300 attributes a 1.3 megapixel camera with video capture and dual colour displays. All this makes the VX8300 the ideal companion in a new era of higher-speed wireless content.

The VX8300 functions a standard clamshell design with a really large 176 x 220 color show and assistance for a whopping 262,000 colors– plenty of space for V Cast content. As described, memory is expandable by means of a MicroSD slot. A generous, full-color 96 x 96 OLED supplementary show on the outdoors of the cover displays incoming contact details, battery life, signal strength, graphics, photographs and far more. Music playback control keys are also positioned on the front cover. Most of the phone’s features and on-screen menus are controlled by a 5-way center button on the handset’s backlit manage pad. The VX8300 also characteristics a normal jack to accept universal hands-free headsets and up/down keys are positioned on the left side of the unit. The 1.3 megapixel camera unit is housed on the rear of the unit. USB information connectivity is accessible via an adapter cable that plugs into the bottom of the phone.

Calling Features
The VX8300′s built-in address book can store up to 500 contacts for fast and easy management of phone numbers and email addresses. Meanwhile, a speed dialing function makes it possible for you to dial up to 99 numbers virtually instantaneously. The phone comes with built-in polyphonic ringtones plus a vibrating alert. More ringtones can be downloaded by means of Verizon’s Get It Now service. Ringtones can be assigned to distinct callers so you do not have to appear at the telephone to know who’s calling, or you can match images with callers to identify them. The VX8300′s voice recognition software supports voice commands from any user, not just a pre-programmed user’s voice. Lastly, the VX8300′s GPS location technologies pinpoints your precise location when you dial 911.

Messaging, Internet and Tools
With help for the EV-DO high-speed information regular, the VX8300 is fully compatible with Verizon’s V Cast service. With V Cast, you can download and stream high-good quality video. Require news and climate? Get the latest Accuweather forecast delivered appropriate to your handset, or stream CNN news headlines. ESPN sports updates, entertainment news from E!, and even Sesame Street content for the little ones, are all offered. V Cast also serves as a portal for enhanced 3D games. Have far more enjoyable with a new breed of realistic games.

With assistance for sending and getting text, picture and video messages, the VX8300 has all the bases covered when it comes to messaging, too. T9 text entry, which is a technologies that tends to make it simpler for individuals to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit– a plus for mobile e-mail and text messaging users.

Acquiring on the Internet anywhere is straightforward with the VX8300. Verizon’s Mobile Internet package permits you to read and send e-mails, exchange immediate messages and view your favored web content on your telephone. You can check your e-mail, trade stocks on the web, examine prices while buying, access flight data, get movie listings and find directions to the theater. Verizon’s Get It Now wireless download service is also totally compatible with the VX8300. This spend-per-download service characteristics application downloads, games and productivity tools. You can also personalize your handset with ringtone downloads utilizing the Get It Now service.

Verizon’s music service is one more EV-DO-powered service that tends to make the VX8300 all the a lot more desirable. With V Cast Music, your phone is a music player, letting you jam out wherever you are. It is also a music shop, and you can download songs instantly to your phone wirelessly. Save your songs to a memory card with a capacity that is right for you. You can even pause to take a contact with no missing a beat.

The VX8300 ships with a number of handy tools such as a calendar and a voice memo application. An alarm clock and calculator are also included. Use the VX8300′s Bluetooth capability to set up a wireless link with a Bluetooth headset accessory or connect to a laptop or hand-held device to exchange and synchronize data. And never forget that you can take advantage of the VX8300′s support for Bluetooth stereo headsets.

Imaging and Entertainment
While the VX8300 is a wonderful platform for watching V Cast video content material, it can also capture video that can be shared with your close friends and associates through video messaging. The video unit records in MPEG4 format and can capture clips up to 15 seconds in length. Of course, you can also use the camera to capture still pictures, also. In addition to megapixel resolution (1280 x 960), the camera functions an LED flash, macro and evening modes, a self-timer, and brightness and white balance controls.

The VX8300 supports V Cast 3D games, as effectively as other 2D-primarily based games, which are obtainable from Verizon’s Get It Now service. You can also customize the phone’s wallpapers and screensavers to give your telephone a look that suits your style.

EV-DO Wireless Broadband Coverage
Find out far more about exactly where EV-DO coverage is supplied.

Essential Statistics
The LG VX8300 weighs three.88 ounces and measures 3.58 x 1.93 x .92 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 230 minutes of digital speak time, and up to 380 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the CDMA 850/CDMA 1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Note: The VX8300 supports Bluetooth Profiles for Headset, Handsfree, Serial Port, Dial Up Networking and Object Push for vCard. It does not support Bluetooth object transfer (OBEX) profiles.

  • Camera, Speakerphone Bluetooth, video, MP3 player, sd slot

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  1. 394 of 397 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sleek Looking Phone with Lots of Nice Functionality, June 13, 2006
    D. R. Jeanclerc “Reader, Listener & Obsessive… (Brunswick, OH USA) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: LG VX8300 CELL PHONE VERIZON CDMA VX 8300 CAMERA EVDO (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    The LG VX8300 is the latest offering in the market for do-(almost)-it-all cell phones. It combines all of the standard phone functionality with music and video playback and phone, making it a media powerhouse considering that it’s such a portable, affordable package. The next step up would be a smartphone, but at significant extra cost for the addition of more well-rounded PDA functions.

    The first thing you’ll notice about the 8300 is that it’s a great-looking piece of tech – stylish and modern yet also subdued enough that it won’t embarrass you in business settings. Some pictures make it look black, but it is actually a deep metallic pewter color. It’s roughly the same size (3.5 x 1.9 x 0.9) as LG’s other recent clamshell phones, although a little slimmer for easier pocketing. It feels solid but not heavy at 3.9 oz with the standard battery. The plastic case feels softer than prior models, so it may be more susceptible to scratches and scrapes over time. There is a leather case for it, but I doubt you could bear the idea of covering up this good-looking unit.

    The 8300 runs on Verizon’s CDMA all-digital network, so coverage may be an issue if you live in rural areas. I’ve been a Verizon customer for years with LG digitals and never run into any dead spots around town and while traveling, but check Verizon’s coverage maps on their website beforehand.

    Voice clarity is superb, both for you and for the person you’re calling. The 8300 has speakerphone capability, but amplified through the external audio speakers, it tends to be so loud that it may distort – set your volume appropriately low.

    The phone has a wide array of conveniences, including numerous handy voice-activated commands (send messages, check voice mail, look up contact, examine wireless account, etc.), one-touch calling, unique rings and photo IDs for different contacts, an address book with room for 500 contacts, and so on. I’m a huge proponent of the voice-activated commands, and while the 8300 is very easy to set up, the long-term downside is that instead of matching up your command with your own prerecorded voice as prior models did, this phone tries to actually phonetically “read” entries from your contacts list and find a match that way. So, if you have unusually-spelled names with silent letters in your contacts list, the 8300 will have a tough time making a match. Plus, when it repeats the name back to you, it generally mangles the pronunciation, making that form of caller ID undesirable. It’s too bad that the contacts list doesn’t have a separate “nickname” field so that you could accurately store the contact as say, “Mike Krzyzewski” but have the voice-activated commands look the entry up as “Coach”, for example.

    If you’re obsessive about ringtones, then you’ll be disappointed with the default offerings. They play back with great quality, but they’re pretty boring. Verizon clearly wants you to go to their GetItNow service to purchase the latest and flashiest ringtones. It’s not documented in the manual, but it is possible to use MP3s loaded into the phone as ringtones.

    The phone supports Bluetooth v.1.1, which makes it easily compatible with many wireless devices like headsets/earpieces. You can also use this to wirelessly transmit and receive contact information with other Bluetooth devices.

    I bought my first digital camera about five years ago – a 1.3 megapixel Olympus for about $350. Now, for a fraction of the price and space, the 8300 delivers that same picture quality. It’s also got additional features that make the results actually worth viewing/printing, including flash, white balancing for a variety of lighting conditions (no more washed out or oddly-tinted phone pics), a four-position digital zoom, and night mode. There are also some capabilities for having fun with your photos such as special effects (negative, posterize, etc.), self-portrait capability using the external screen as a viewfinder, and a timer. You can take pictures from 160×120 thumbnails all the way up to print-quality 1280×960.

    The camera can also take videos, although the quality is predictably choppy and the largest clip that can be sent via email is only 15 seconds. Like any of the phone’s media, larger clips can be stored to the phone’s internal memory or onto an optional microSD card and then copied to another device or PC.

    Photos taken can be used as contact IDs or wallpaper on either the external or main screen. Both screens are breathtaking in their brightness, clarity and resolution. They never fail to register the initial jaw-dropping compliment when someone sees the phone for the first time.

    You can’t really say MP3 player because the 8300 wants to only play files in Microsoft’s .wma format. This is because Verizon wants you to use their VCast online music store. I…

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  2. 92 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good phone overall, September 6, 2006
    L. Kuderick “nitey” (Tampa, FL) –

    This review is from: LG VX8300 CELL PHONE VERIZON CDMA VX 8300 CAMERA EVDO (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I just switched to Verizon after using Nextel and the i730 phone for the last two years. I purchased the LG VX8300 phone after quite a bit of research. Both here and on other websites. This is my 3rd cell in the last 4 years and my 2nd flip phone.

    Overall I am very impressed with the performance of the 8300. Every phone has some features that are not liked or are not implimented well, but I believe that the majority of the people that select this phone will end up liking this one.

    Reception/Clarity of Call: I would say that it is good to very good. Verizon to Verizon calls seem to be clearer than other calls. Land line calls tend to come in very clear while cell calls tend to be slightly broken up at times. Reception in my area (Tampa, FL) seems very good. I generally get service in areas that I didn’t before with Nextel. I was also advised that Verizon users should perform a Cell Tower update every month by punching *228 and selecting option #2 since this gets you the latest tower mappings. Option #1 will perform software updates, however, I have no idea if these will over write any hack’s that people make to their phones. As a phone, this gets a 8 on a scale of 10.

    Ease of Use: I would rate this at about a 7 on a scale of 10. The manual is not written to enable you to get started quickly. It took me a few days before I figured out that the CLR button is the back button for the menu system. Knowing that really helps alot. The menus are well layed out and the options very clear. The buttons on the phone seem big enough and are easy to depress. The phone seems solid, but light. Overall construction seems sturdy. The LCD screens are very clear.

    As a MP3 player: It’s no iPod. The sound is satisfactory, but not great. Most people should be satisfied though to use it as an emergency player. Those of us that have MP3 players are still going to use them, but in a pinch or if you are caught somewhere without your MP3 player this is a good alternative. If you plan to use this feature at all you definately need to pickup the Music Essentials kit and the microSD card. There just isn’t enough on board memory to hold many songs. BTW, using this as a MP3 player drains the battery quickly.

    Battery: I have what I would consider to be light cell phone usage. I get roughly 10-20 mins of calls on my cell every day except on weekends. So my total talk time is roughly 1 to 1.5 hours a week. Playing even a few songs or browsing the web drains the battery quickly. I estimate that I get about 2-3 days between charges with this usage. This is pretty much on par with what I got on my older i730 and my old candy bar phone.

    VCast: When I purchased my phone (Aug 2006), you got one month free of Vcast service if you selected VCast when you purchased the phone. The VCast service also encludes Web Service (which you can purchase separately if you don’t get VCast for $5/Mth). My original plan was to only try the service and kill it after the 1st month, but I decided to keep it after the 1 month trial. VCast DOES use your airtime minutes, so if you find that you use this feature a lot, then you might want to upgrade your plan. I use mine about 10 minutes a day to pull down news clips, weather reports and sports clips. It’s a great way to use unused minutes toward the end of the month so long as your careful not to leave yourself to close to the end of your minutes and go into overages. I had the web service on Nextel, but hardly used it. With VCast, I also find that I use the Web service as well. For me, it’s worth the extra money.

    As a camera: It’s no great shakes as a camera. But for occassional use (taking a picture of a item in the store to later show to your spouse or taking a picture of some problem to show to a service man) it’s fine. You can also take short video clips, but again other than for embarrassment/cute effect, it’s not all that great.

    Customer Support: I found CS to be very, very good. Everyone was very polite, cheerful and helpful. I do suppose that some of this was due to the fact that I was a new customer, but overall I would have to say that Verizon’s support people were excellent to work with.

    Accessories: No real Must have’s. Some accessories that you might want are the music Essentials kit (mainly for the USB to PC cable) and a microSD card (purchased on the web for $40). The extra storage on the SD card is essential if you plan to either use the camera function or to play music. Bluetooth headset if you need to be able to use your phone without having to use your hands. Holster or belt clip if you don’t like having your phone in your pocket. Extended Battery if you talk in excess of 60 minutes a day and use the phone as a music player or play games on the phone.

    Negatives: Not many, and most of them are minor. The rubber covers that cover the headset port/usb/power port are not attached to the phone so…

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