LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On

LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On

LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On

LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On

LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On

LG VX9400 V-CAST TV Phone Hands-On


We got some hands-on time with the second V-CAST TV phone of all time, and we think that the US is finally going to catch on to those krazy Koreans and their DMB phone TV watching. The VX9400 itself is fairly light, and has a swiveling display that's actually clear enough quality to not have you squint to make out whether it's Meredith Viera or that dude from Prison Break.

The reception on the other hand, is spotty. It was pretty decent on the grounds of CTIA—no doubt pre-rigged by Verizon—but when we got out among the natives and the gators and the native gators, it was hard to maintain video. We did get enough audio to realize we were "watching" Carlos Mencia and that we should change the channel and burn the phone.

Thanks to slashgear