Kudos to LG. It has discovered the scroll wheel, along with force-feedback touch keys, and Verizon’s latest high-profile music phone is much, much better for it. In fact, the new Chocolate is Verizon's best music phone yet.
As a phone, the Chocolate's RF reception is unobjectionable. The earpiece also gets plenty loud but distorts a bit when cranked up. Speakerphone volume is sufficient, even outdoors. Sound is just a touch harsh, and I wish the microphone transmitted a bit less background noise, but I’m being very picky. Chances are you won’t notice this.
You can play songs over wireless Bluetooth or regular wired headsets and even trigger music with a voice command. Besides 4GB memory cards, the phone supports a wide range of audio formats, including AAC (iTunes Plus, too), MP3, and WMA music, at up to 320 Kbps. You can sort tracks by album, artist, or genre, and navigate around with the handy scroll wheel. Disappointingly, both memory cards and a USB cable for transferring music over from your PC costs extra.
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