- Michael Oryl , MobileBurn
The Venus proves itself to be a very capable and desirable handset in its own right.
Reviews (6.1/10 Avg. rating)
High-tech dual-screen wizardry, compact form factor
While the name Venus will suggest a ladies phone to many people, I think that the VX8800 Venus is suitable for both men and women. Men will appreciate the clean lines, solid feel, and high-tech dual-screen wizardry. Women will like its compact form factor, and how pretty the user interface and touchscreen are when compared with other phones. I think it is a win for both groups.
Personally, I really like the Venus. If not for the recently launched VX10000 Voyager, I would have probably thought the Venus to be the most interesting phone in Verizon's handset stable. It is stylish an... Full review
As a music phone, the Venus is kinda awesome
Hey there's something you don't see on a cell phone every day: a split screen. Well sort of. Technically, LG's Venus handset has two screens: a 2-inch, 320 x 240-pixel LCD on the top half and a 1.5-inch, 176 x 240-pixel touchscreen anchoring the bottom half. The touchscreen contains almost all of the phone's navigational controls and shortcuts to several applications. When you press a virtual key, you get a mild vibration feedback indicating your selection went through. Touch-sensitive controls are generally a nice idea, but they aren't always responsive on the Venus. On multiple occasions,... Full review
worst choice I ever made!
Not so good
best phone i ever had
PEOPLE ARE IDIOTS
It's Pretty Wickedd
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Manuals / User Guides
- LG Venus Manual (PDF)
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