LG Fathom VS750 Unlocked GSM Worldphone with 3.2-Inch Touchscreen, Slideout QWERTY, 3.2MP Camera - Unlocked Phone - US Warranty - Black
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- This is an unlocked phone that will work on all GSM networks like AT&T, T-Mobile, Rogers etc, as well as on Verizon Wireless CDMA
- Large 3.2-inch responsive touchscreen with Tactile feedback 3.2 megapixel camera and recorder
- Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional operating system IEEE 802.11b/g Wi-Fi enabled QWERTY keyboard
- HTML browsing Music player One-touch speakerphone Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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LG Fathom VS750 Unlocked GSM Worldphone with 3.2-Inch Touchscreen, Slideout QWERTY, 3.2MP Camera - Unlocked Phone - US Warranty - Dark Blue/Gray. In today's 24/7, jet-setting business world, forget being chained to a desk, and get ready to meet the new productivity. Powerful Windows Mobile puts your desktop in your pocket and the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor delivers high-performance, while preserving battery life. Upgrade to the stylish LG Fathom, and get ready to make the world your office.
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Major drawback to me is that the phone is locked for Verizon. It means you need to activate it with them.
When you power-uo this phone it'll try first to login on the Verizon's CDMA network and maybe if you travel to another country it will activate in GSM as Vodafone subscriber (there is a Vodafone chip).
But if you plan to use for GMS carriers you should ignore this activation.
According to Meir Herz to set the phone to GSM and get rid of CDMA network. Here's how to change it to GSM:
- Put your GSM chip, power it on, ignore the Verizon activation.
- Tap start button > Settings > Personal > Phone > swipe your finger to the left or right until you get to the
- Tap the mode of operation field, select GSM/UMTS.
- Tap OK.
Your phone will now work on the GSM network. So it is unlocked !
I followed this and it worked. Same for non-US GSM carriers.
Other minor points: the screen easily gets the fingerprints marks, so maybe plan to buy some screen proctectors; device is a bit heavier but not too much.
That's all for now, if I got any important info I'll update the review.
Great job LG thanks for this phone :)
After a while i decided to update the system from V5 (which comes preinstalled) to V7, which made phone even more awesome, with newer software, android-like home screens and many more. But you need some tweaks so that programs do not kill themselves, Google for the patch.
Windows 7 is great but it doesn't even support the landscape view, yet. So I'm sure it will need a million updates and tweaks before it get's worked out. Anyway this is Microsofts greatest scam anyway. once they fix all the bugs in any operating system, they start from scratch again.
If you like gadgets and like to keep up with the Jones's this phone is not for you. For the smart phone power user this is the best WM phone. I do everything from my phone from writing reports and e-mails for work and my small business.For instance I have already made a power point presentation right from this phone then synced with my laptop and even my PC (which is at home) from I94 during rush hour on the train on my way to work.
My only complaint is the camera sucks !!! My last phone was the Xperia X2, which turned out the be a great phone after I rid the phone of all the Sony Ericsson software that ruined the phone and it had a 5MP camera. I almost never used my digital camera after I started to use the phone. Compared to $700 that I paid for it the day it was released (and it still sells for around $300) this phone does it all minus the radio, picture quality, and direct video output (which I never used, because I could never keep up with the cord) for $100.
Still using the phone as of 11/17/2011. It freezes up periodically but after I updated the sofware it started to work great again.. I also forgot to mention because this is a world phone it works on CDMA and GSM networks. I went from Verizon to AT&T to TMobile pre-paid. No more contracts and overages, mysterious/surprise fees and that pesky fee of the month fee.