The LG Vortex has a good number of features despite being an entry level Android smartphone. There is 3G and Wi-Fi support, as well as Bluetooth file transfer, dial-up networking, and object push. It also comes with a GPS function that can be used with Bing Maps and the VZ Navigator of Verizon wireless.
This particular device has a good number of apps preloaded on it like Skype Mobile, Scrabble, Slacker, Kindle, Tetris, calculator, RSS reader and a News and Weather app. Because it is a standard Android phone, the Vortex has apps such as YouTube, Gmail, GoogleTalk and Google Voice Search. More apps can be downloaded through the Android Market.
Aside from these advanced features, the Vortex comes with basic functions like text and multimedia messaging, speaker phone, voice dialing, conference calling, visual voice mail and voice recorder. The phone book memory depends on the available memory of the phone. Users can store multiple phone numbers and email addresses.
The multimedia features are pretty standard with a music and video player supporting media formats like WMA, MP3, MP4, and 3GP, among others. Users can also synchronize their media with their computer. The phone has a 3.2 megapixel camera that can capture images in five resolutions and three picture quality settings. The phone has a preinstalled 2GB card although the memory can be upgraded to 32GB.