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LG Cosmos 3 (Verizon Wireless) review: Free, but still not worth it

True, it's just a feature device, and while it's good for anyone looking for a simple handset that's ideal for messaging, this phone brings little to the table that the Cosmos 2 didn't already offer.

And really, what's the point of making another iteration if it's nearly identical to its predecessor? Users still get the same 2-inch screen, same measly megapixel camera, and same battery specs. It even sports the same look for the most part.

True, this phone is free, but so are a bunch of other devices (smartphones, even!) on Verizon. And if you're really adamant about a keyboard construction, well, the carrier has a better alternative for that as well.

Because the LG Cosmos 3 is a slider device, it won't be so slim that it'll fit comfortably in your pocket without a bulge. That being said, it's a relatively lightweight handset (at ounces) that is easily maneuverable with one hand.

The phone measures inches tall, inches wide, and inch thick. On the left are a small (and rather flush) volume rocker and a Micro-USB port that can be covered with a small attached door. Up top is a mm headphone jack and on the right is a hard key to launch the camera.

On the rear is a megapixel camera (that isn't equipped with a flash). Below that are three small slits for the speaker. You can remove the battery door by a small indentation up top. Once detached, you can gain access to the microSD card slot, which is expandable up to 32GB, and the battery.

The 2-inch TFT screen has a xpixel resolution and can support up to , colors. Given the Cosmos' bright and vibrant menu user interface, the display is pretty respectable. It has a wide viewing angle and in addition to crisp icons and texts, the device surprisingly retains a lot of details with photos.

To the left and below the display are two pairs of soft keys (the former for when you turn the handset on its side to type with the physical keyboard). You'll also get a speaker, clear, send, and power/end buttons, plus a circular navigation button with an OK key in the center.

Below all that is an alphanumeric pad. All these buttons are slightly textured and angular for easy pressing, and while the numbers are a bit small, I didn't have any trouble with my accuracy.

The four-row keyboard includes four directional keys, a spacebar that also launches social networks for Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter, and shortcut buttons for things like the speaker, vibration, and messages. The snapping mechanism for the keyboard is sturdy and you can slide out the underside with little difficulty. In general, the keys are small and tightly spaced, but if you type with the tips of your fingers, you won't have any trouble messaging.

The phone can hold up to 1, contacts, and each person can have five numbers, two e-mail addresses, one geographical address, one screen name, one contact photo, and a note attached under his or her name. There's also a section in your contacts to add in In Case of Emergency data like favorite numbers and personal medical information. Lastly, you can send text, picture, and voice messages.

Basic task managing apps include standard and tip calculators, a calendar, a to-do list, an alarm clock, a stopwatch, a world clock, a notepad, voice commands, and a document reader that can read multiple file formats like word docs, Microsoft Excel files, and PDFs.

There are some rudimentary Web applications, such as an Internet browser, an e-mail client, and an app portal where users can purchase games, apps, and ringtones. Additional features include language support for Spanish, Chinese, and Korean, GPS capabilities, and Bluetooth

The Cosmos 3's megapixel camera isn't powerful by any means and comes with few editing options. These include a brightness meter, three photo sizes (from x to 1,x), a timer, three shutter sounds, five white balances, five color effects, a night mode, and a noise reducer.

As expected, photo quality wasn't anything to write home about. Pictures taken in dim lighting were very blurry, with ill-defined outlines and patchy rendering. Photos taken outside with ample lighting fared better, with objects appearing more sharp and colors more accurate.

On average, the camera takes about seconds to launch, and I noticed a little lag between my moving of the camera and the feedback I saw. It also took a few moments for the device to adjust for lighting, and you'll need to wait a few seconds after you snap a photo before it will actually save. Note that the camera is not capable of recording video.

I tested the handset in our offices in San Francisco. Call quality was respectable. I didn't hear any extraneous buzzing or noises, though voices sounded a bit staticky and muffled during conversations. However, volume range was at a reasonable level, none of my calls dropped, and audio didn't clip in and out. Likewise, I was told that I could be heard fine as well, and that my voice came in clearly.

Speaker quality, especially on max volume, sounded slightly distorted, however. Voices would come off sharp and tinny, but conversations were still comprehensible and easily understood.

LG Cosmos 3 (Verizon Wireless) call quality sample

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The phone runs on Verizon's 1X data network. similar to the carrier's other LG feature device, the LG Revere 2, browsing the Internet is sluggish and not worth the trouble. It takes on average about 40 seconds to open the Myriad browser, and loading stripped-down versions of sites like CNET and The New York Times takes about 30 seconds to finish.

In addition, if you want to visit another page, you can't just enter the URL at the top. Rather, you have to select from the menu that you want to go to input a new URL, and the browser will load another page that let's you type in the URL. As I said before, this could get pretty tedious and time-consuming

In general, the Cosmos 3 operates pretty slowly. It takes about 40 seconds to turn on, and opening the menu takes a hair of a second longer than I'd like. In addition, the handset will lag if you're scrolling quickly through messages, so you'll need to have a patient temperament when using it.

During our battery drain test for talk-time, the phone lasted hours. It can last days on stand by (or with minimal use) and the mAh battery has a reported talk time of hours and a standby time of 34 days. According to the FCC, it has an SAR rating of W/kg.

The Cosmos 3 offers nothing notable that the 2 didn't already have, so you're looking for any improvements between the two, you won't get any.

However, if you want something better for yourself (and why not, you deserve it), spring another $50 for the Samsung Intensity III. This handset has a better 2-megapixel camera that can record video, and a slightly bigger display and battery. Plus, it has a more rugged design and you'll still get a physical keyboard to text your heart out.


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The LG Cosmos 3, also known by its model number LG-VNS, is a slider mobile phone made by LG Electronics. The phone was only sold by Verizon Wireless in the United States. The Cosmos 3 features a four-line QWERTY keyboard on the inside portion of the phone and a numeric keypad on the front portion of the phone.

The LG Cosmos 3 features a inch display with a resolution of by pixels. It includes a rear-facing megapixel main camera. The phone was sold with either a standard battery ( mAh) or an extended battery ( mAh). This model’s memory slot can support up to a 32 GB MicroSD memory card. MicroSD cards are sold separately from the phone, but a USB charging cable is sold with this model.

The LG Cosmos 3 allows users to post quick updates to Facebook. Users can also surf the Internet, text, take pictures, and send voice messages. This phone also supports Bluetooth and S-GPS for location accuracy.

The LG Cosmos 3 includes the name “Verizon” printed in the center of the phone’s top bezel with a large check-mark next to the name. The name “LG” is printed in the center of the phone’s bottom bezel next to the LG logo, which features the letters 'LG’ stylized to look like a human face.


  • Screen Size: inches
  • Screen Resolution: x pixels
  • Battery Capacity: 1, mAh
  • Camera Resolution: MP
  • Storage: Expandable via microSD™ card (sold separately)
  • Carrier: Verizon
  • Other Features: Four-Line QWERTY Keyboard, Quick Updates to Facebook®, Mobile Web, Text, Picture, and Voice Messaging


  • Carrier: Verizon
  • Technology: CDMA
  • Frequencies: GHz CDMA PCS, MHz CDMA (Digital Dual-Band)
  • Data Transmission: 1xRTT Voice & Data
  • Dimensions: " (H) x " (W) x " (D)
  • Weight: oz.
  • Display: K Color TFT, x Pixels, "
  • Standard Battery: mAh
  • Extended Battery: 1, mAh
  • Talk Time: Up to 6 Hours*
  • Standby Time: Up to 34 Days and 2 Hours
  • microSD™ Memory Slot: Supports up to a 32GB memory card**
  • UPC:
  • *Certain features may use more power and cause actual time to vary.
  • **MicroSD cards sold separately.
  • ***USB Cable (included) and microSD card (sold separately) required.


  • Mobile Web: Yes
  • Bluetooth® Version:
  • Supported Bluetooth® Profiles: Headset, hands-free, object push, advanced audio distribution (stereo), file transfer, message access, phone book access
  • BREW® Capable: Yes
  • FOTA Capable: Yes
  • GPS: S-GPS for Enhanced Location Accuracy


  • Camera: MP Camera
  • Camera Resolutions: x (default), x , and x pixels
  • Digital Zoom: Up to 2x
  • Image Editor: zoom, rotate, crop


  • Mobile Email and Instant Messaging: Yes
  • Text, Picture, and Voice Messaging: Yes
  • Music Player: Supports MP3, WMA, AAC, and AAC+ Formats
  • Music Library: Organized by artist, album, genre, or playlist
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Stay connected to your social circle through the art of texting on the Cosmos 3’s handy four-line QWERTY keyboard.

What people are saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by Billiefrom Please bring back the Cosmo I bought this phone many years ago. It is the perfect phone for texting and calls. Some people just want a simple phone. Conversation starter for sure. The dimensions were perfect. This is the phone I want my children to use. No internet, just like when I was a kid. Please bring back so it can connect to the 4g and 5G world. If you have any in stock I will buy 3.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Jamgfrom Great for older generations My 50+ year old dad had this phone for 6+ years. He loved it. He’d still have it had he not dropped it in water. Very easy for him to use.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Jamison12from I love this phone! I had one of these for years, but lost it last summer. Now Verizon won't support it. Tried getting a new one and switching to Red Pocket, but they no longer activate phones without a SIM card. So disappointing. I understand that many people want smart phones, but for those of us that just want to talk & text (with a QWERTY keyboard), it seems we're running out of options. Any chance LG can make this phone with a SIM?

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LG Cosmos

The LG Cosmos (LG VN) is a slider mobile phone made by LG Electronics. The phone is available in both a touch screen and non-touch screen model. It became available on Verizon Wireless in Q1 , and was replaced by LG Cosmos 2 in July The phone has megapixel camera, VZ Navigator, Voicemail, Media Center, QWERTY keyboard and SMS and MMS messaging.


The devices' front side has a keypad for dialing and sending SMS. The phone's dimensions are mm (H) x 52mm (W) x 17mm (D) (" (H) x " (W) x " (D)), with a weight of g (&#;oz).

The Cosmos has a 2&#;inch, xpixel, K-color QVGATFTLCD screen. It supports Bluetooth and low speed CDMA 1xRTT data, but not networking.

The phone features a sliding 4-row QWERTY keyboard, front numeric dial pad with navigation d-pad. Input support for a single microSD/TransFlash/microSDHC memory card slot is present (support for up to 16 GB cards), and the phone also sports a microUSB (USB ) data port for charging and data transfer. Phone memory is limited to 19 MB. The Cosmos contains a full duplex speakerphone with external volume controls.

It communicates over &#;GHz CDMAPCS, &#;MHz CDMA (Digital Dual–Band). The phone is M3/T4 rated for hearing aid compliance, and supports digital TTY/TTD for the hearing impaired.


The Cosmos's OS (Operating System) is almost the same as the Env2, Env3 and the LG VX It also has a Media Center for game downloads. No music player software is included with the Cosmos, however mp3s can be played through the My Sounds section of tunes and tones.


The phonebook is limited to contacts and has a dedicated ICE contact section. Each contact can store:

  • 5 phone numbers (2 mobile, 1 home, 1 business, 1 fax)
  • 2 email addresses (1 personal and 1 business)
  • 1 physical address (street, city, state, zipcode, country)
  • 1 IM screen name
  • 1 associated picture ID (for pictures stored within the phone)
  • 1 associated ringtone (for ringtones stored within the phone)
  • 1 group association
  • a notes section (30 characters only).

Speed dial[edit]

Speed dial on the Cosmos is limited to entries (not including 1 as the voicemail default).


The Cosmos contains Bluetooth version (with A2DP and EDR support). Current versions of the phone OS support up to 20 Bluetooth pairings, however the software does not support Bluetooth OBEX profiles. Calendar events and contacts can be transferred via Bluetooth to a computer, and pictures stored on the phone can be printed via Bluetooth directly to a printer.

Camera and photo[edit]

The megapixel camera uses default resolution of x and supports x and x Its 2x digital zoom is not supported at the default x pixel resolution. The camera software supports night mode, white balance and several visual effects. It has no video capture capability. Photo manipulation software allows zoom, rotate, and crop as well as noise reduction. Direct upload of photos to Facebook and other online album services is supported.

Browser support[edit]

The Cosmos relies on Infraware's Polaris browser. The browser supports HTML, CSS, ECMA Script, AJAX, RSS and Java.


Cosmos supports text and picture messaging. Messages are threaded by default, although this feature can be disabled.

This Phone has 2 Ways of Messaging:

1. Regular Keypad Messaging

2. QWERTY Keypad Messaging (Slide Up)

Online contact sync[edit]

The LG Cosmos can integrate with Verizon's Backup Assistant to update and manage contacts. It can wirelessly sync the address book in the phone with the address book online in Backup Assistant (manually or automatically).

Each contact entry in Backup Assistant can contain information that is not sent to the phone (e.g. birthdays, middle names, etc.). Extra information stored online in Backup Assistant is not transferred to the phone. Certain information on the phone is not stored in Backup Assistant, including Groups/Category, Ringer, SMS Ringer, Picture ID, Secret, Speed Dial, Primary Phone and Voice Dial.

This information may be removed from the entry in the phone during sync. If an entry marked as ICE undergoes significant changes, the ICE status may be removed from the entry upon sync.

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