LG VX4400

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LG VX4400, opened

The LG VX4400 is a colour CDMA clamshell phone released by LG in 2003.

This phone brings back BREW, a feature absent on the VX2000. This also means it does not have any built in games.

There were two hardware revisions of the VX4400, one with a grey outer shell and one with a navy blue outer shell. It was also available on several carriers, such as Verizon, Telus and US Cellular.

Specs

Basics

VX4400
HW Platform/ChipsetQualcomm MSM5100 (ARM7TDMI)
SW Platform/OSLG Proprietary (Qualcomm REX OS-based)
Display 120 x 133, TFT, 16bpp (65,535 colours)
Sub-display96 x 64, STN
LED IndicatorRed
Flash memory8 MB, 1.53 MB accessible to user
RAM512kB RAM
Phonebook capacity199
Charging and data connectorLG TP1100 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: BEJTM540 (approved 2002-05-14)
Retail price$199.99 ($99.99 with mail-in rebate)

Connectivity

VX4400
Operating modesCDMA (850/1900), AMPS 850
Data1xRTT
IrDANo
BluetoothNo
PC LinkWorks with BitPim

Media

VX4400
Supported sound formatsMID, MP3
Speaker configurationEarphone and speakerphone
Line out2.5mm jack used for voice only
SynthesizerCMX 2.2 synth

Messaging

VX4400
SMSYes
EMSNo
MMSNo

Software

VX4400
JavaNo
BREWYes, 1.1.5.8

Accessories

Batteries

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