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Good Phone?

Discussion in 'Verizon Wireless Forum' started by vicken, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. vicken

    vicken Junior Member
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    How is the LGVX5200 as far as reception and voice quality? Also, how well does the speakerphone work? Thanks
     
  2. ruddy64

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    It's a pretty good phone. Reception and voice quality is very good. Speakerphone is another story. It goes in and out. If speaker is important to you, get moto e815 or v710 (if you can find one).
     
  3. dead zone

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    yea like ruddy said good reception better then that 6100(drop call phone) and good audio quality but a little low for my taste battery life is good its just a great "basic" phone with a somewhat ok camera but i dont buy them for the cameras.

    u want a good phone get a E815 best phone ive ever had.
     
  4. Andy

    Andy Diamond Senior Member
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    I have a friend who has a 5200 and even though reception is a lot better than on the 6100, it still doesn't come close to the Moto E815 or one of the later Nokia phones in weak areas or high network noise level areas. Battery life on the E815 is also better than on the 5200 I think. Honestly, I think the E815 is worth it's money, especially if reception and battery life is important to you. I don't use my speakerphone a lot, and have no comparrison between the two speakerphones ,but when I use my speakerphone it works pretty well.
     

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