LG VX10

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The LG VX10 is a basic CDMA clamshell phone released by LG in 2002.

It is hardware-wise identical to the TM520 but adds support for BREW, and was released alongside the VX4400 as a basic model.

Unlike the TM520, it has no built-in games.

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

Chipset Qualcomm MSM5105 (32-bit ARM7TDMI)
Platform/OS BREW 1.1.4.3
Display 128 x 104, STN, 2-bit greyscale
Display 2 96 x 24, STN
Flash memory 4 MB, 514 kB accessible to user (Toshiba TH50VSF2581AASB)
RAM 512 kB CMOS SRAM (Toshiba TH50VSF2581AASB)
Status LED Red
Phonebook capacity 199
Charging and data connector LG TP1100 connector
FCC ID BEJTM520

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes CDMA (850/1900)
AMPS 850
Data 1xRTT
IrDA No
Bluetooth No
PC Link Works with BitPim

Media[edit]

Supported audio formats MID
Speaker configuration Single ear speaker
Line out 2.5mm jack used for voice only
Synthesizer Faith, Inc. CMX 1.1 synth

Messaging[edit]

SMS Yes
EMS No
MMS No

Software[edit]

Java No
BREW Yes, 1.1.4.3

Accessories[edit]

  • Supported batteries:
  • Supported chargers:
    • ?