Think you might have the phone that does everything? Think again, since Verizon Wireless' Voyager features V Cast Mobile TV (and your phone probably doesn't).
The LG Voyager is not a larger version of the LG enV, though the two are both side-opening QWERTY clamshell phones. Instead, think of the Voyager as the phone the LG should have been, or would be for an extra $200, give or take. While we complained about the tiny external screen and lack of features on the enV, we'll have no such complaints about the Voyager. The face is dominated by a large touch screen. We don't have specific measurements, but upwards of 2.5-inches or more would be our best guess. The interface relies heavily on the touch screen, and includes plenty of icon-based menus and shortcuts to help navigate without having to open the clam.