Verizon Offers OEL Handset

The LG VX4600 is a flashy with a blue-backlit keypad and 65K internal LCD screen.

The VX4600 handset also features Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS), two-way SMS text messaging, voice-activated dialing and Internet access via an Openwave UP 4.1 Web browser. Rich CMX MIDI sound and 36 unique ring-tones make the VX4600 a feast for the ears as well as the eyes.

Features & Specifications

All Digital: 1.9 GHz PCS, 800 MHz CDMA
Dimensions: 3.43″ (H) x 1.81″ (W) x 0.98″(D)
Weight: 3.37 oz
Standard Battery: Lithium Ion, 950 mAh
Talk Time: 3.5 Hrs (Digital)/Standby 129 Hrs (Digital)
Certain features may use more power & cause actual standby & talk times to vary
Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) – send and receive text messages with graphics and sound*
Two-Way Short Messaging Service (SMS)
External LCD for Quick Access to Caller ID (OEL)
Java Support for Application and Game Downloads
Web Browser Openwave UP 4.1
CMX MIDI for Polyphonic Ringer and Sound Capability
Download Pictures and Ringers
36 Unique Ringtones Plus Vibrate and Silent Modes
Voice Activated Dialing
Speed Dialing (99 Entries)
Blue Backlit Keypad and 5 Way Navigation Key
Phone Book with 499 contacts
Personal Organizer: Calendar with Scheduler, Voice Memo (up to 4 minutes), Notepad
Tools: Alarm Clock, EZ Tip Calc, Calculator, World Clock
14 Unique Wallpapers
Personalize Theme Colors (Blue, Green, Violet, Orange) and Font Colors (Black, Blue, Red, Green, Pink) and Font Sizes (Normal, Large)
Call Setup Capabilities: Auto Retry, Answer Call, Auto Answer, One- Touch Dial, Voice Privacy, Auto Volume
English and Spanish User Interface
External USB Capable
E911 Emergency Location Capable
TTY/TDD Capable
T9 Text Input

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