The LG Versa is a touch-screen phone， but not a usual one. It’s not bragging to say that it is the most versatile phone one’s ever seen. The unique option of adding external modules to increase its function versatility is what makes it outshine others. For instance, the Versa comes with an attachable QWERTY keyboard, but if you loath having the extra bulk annoying you, just detach it and you can still type with the virtual keyboard on the touch screen. Additional modules are being considered to be added in the future, such as a game pad controller which makes LG Versa a cute PS3 and external speakers.
Even if you omit the amazing addable modules, the Versa is still a very good touch-screen phone. It provides an animated interface, where you can customize three home screens. The Versa has a full HTML browser with support for Flash Lite, which means watching your favorite YouTube clips is not just a dream any more. Other features include GPS, stereo Bluetooth access to V Cast Video and V Cast Music, and you also get a 2.0-megapixel camera.
Though the lack of Wi-Fi and the less satisfactory browsing experience should be blamed, Versa’s promise of future modules is still impressive.