Verizon Flip Phones
Here is a list of the Top 10 Best Verizon Flip Phones according to one of the most famous phone seller. The flip phones are in no official order. It is based on a combination of their user rating and the amount of reviews.
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Verizon compatible Flip Phones Comparison Table
Top 10 Best Verizon flip phone Reviews
1) LG Revere VN150
The LG Revere VN150 has a good average review.
Pros LG Revere VN150: It works with pre-existing Verizon plans as well as new Verizon plans. It charges fast and lasts long. It has a good reception. Bluetooth is working as it should. The camera actually shoots quite good pictures.
Cons LG Revere VN150: It is not clear if it is a new or a refurbished version on this site. This Flip phone does not take a sim card so you can’t swap to T mobile plans as those need a sim card. Verizon uses the MEID number to register.
2) Casio G’zOne C781 Ravine 2
The Casio G’zOne C781 Ravine 2 has a good average review.
Pros Casio GzOne: They actually build a rugged and water resistant phone, with a basic internet for email and some selected apps. If you are looking for a flip phone to abuse it ( something like: drop it, dunk it, sit on it, toss it down the stairs, use it as a chew toy) or any other number of bizarre abusive things you probably shouldn’t do to a phone, This is the one. It has a very loud front speaker.
Cons of the Casio GzOne : The internet is very basic available.
3) Samsung Gusto 2 SCH-U365
The Samsung Gusto 2 SCH-U365 has a mediate average review.
Pros of the Samsung Gusto 2 SCH-U365: It has a good sound quality of voices. The RF sensitivity (getting signal/reception) seems better then average. The Samsung Gusto seems to be of a better quality then the 1.
Cons of the Samsung Gusto 2 SCH-U365: And now a list of the bad: The flip phone itself feels flimsy and cheaply made. It’s bluetooth quality is below standard and the screen is really to low in resolution so basic internet is tough to use. The menu screens are not intuitive which makes finding things difficult. It has a poor camera. The ringer volume is not very loud.
4) Samsung Convoy 2 SCH-U660 3G
The Samsung Convoy 2 SCH-U660 has an average review score.
Pros of the Samsung Convoy 2: This is a basic phone which is good enough for talking, texting and basic surfing on the internet. It has a good camera. It seems solidly build and has large buttons and grips easily.
Cons of the Samsung Convoy 2: Quality of the video is not so good. The small screen is also not suitable for a lot of facebooking etc.
5) Samsung Haven U320 – CDMA
The Samsung Haven U320 Flip Phone has an average score.
Pros of the Samsung Haven U320: This is a simple plain phone with large display and keyboard. The battery life is good. It works reliably with the Verizon network that provides fine coverage everywhere, also in rural areas or in the mountains. Does have a speakerphone with a good sound quality.
Cons of the Samsung Haven U320: They state it is a basic flip phone en that it is…! It is a really basic phone. (no camera, no micro SD, not possible to import your phone book)
6) Motorola V860 Barrage
The Motorola V860 Barrage has an average score.
Pros of the Motorola Barrage V860 Flip Phone: The flip phone works perfectly even after four years in which it has been dropped and soaked.
Cons of the Motorola Barrage V860 Flip Phone: The original battery seems to last about a year which is not that long for a phone. Fortunate, replacements are inexpensive.
7) Verizon Lg Vx8560
The Verizon Lg Vx8560 has an average user score.
8) Samsung Gusto 3
The Samsung Gusto 3 has a low average review score.
9) LG Revere 2
The LG Revere 2 has an average review score.
Pros of the LG Revere 2:
Cons of the LG Revere 2:
10) Samsung Knack U310
The Samsung Knack U310 Flip Phone has an average review score.
Pros of the Samsung Knack U310: As it is a flip phone it is small and easy to take with you but it has large enough keys to use it with large fingers. The font is large enough to read it without reading glasses. Easy in usage flip it open = answering, close = hanging up. The sound can be turned up if you need it to be loud. When you charge the Samsung Knack U310 Flip Phone it will last for about a week.
11) Motorola RAZR V3m
The Motorola RAZR V3m has a low average review score.
Pros of the Motorola RAZR V3m: Great Quality, even for nowadays standards. The keys are big enough for anyone to see and use. And another pro is that you can check your email on it without eye problems.
Cons of the Verizon Wireless Motorola RAZR V3m: The camera isn’t the highest resolution out there anymore. Clearly not made for extended web sessions as it is an old school flip phone. Like a customer said: it has none of the smartphone “flair” or performance.
Reviews of “Older” Flip Phones
LG Accolade VX-5600 VX5600 Flip Phone for Verizon
Pros of the LG LGVX5600: This flip phone is basically indestructible: soaking in water, putting it on a cook top, all not advisable but often it keeps going strong. It is a small and light-weight one so it fits easily in my pocket. IMHO it takes great pics for its small size.
Cons of the LG LGVX5600: Not good for posting photos, but for a quick pic good enough. Not good as family locator, it’s too slow. Needs updates according to some customers. The camera button is on the outside of the phone so you will need to open the phone from the very bottom to prevent triggering the camera.
Conclusion: If you need a good phone without a new Verizon contract, this one is great.
Samsung Convoy U640 Flip Phone
Pros of the Samsung Convoy U640: Good Quality according to the main reviewer who has really abused his one. I’m not going to repeat his review but it is worth reading it yourself.
Cons of the Samsung Convoy U640: Dated techno parts but that is why you pay this price and not $100 and up
Conclusion on the Convoy U640: It has a good price-quality ratio.
LG VX8300 Flip Phone
Pros Verizon LG VX8300: Pros of the LG VX8300 flip phone are: the Voice clarity (both yours and the other persons) is superb. The camera is good enough and has flash. The music player sounds good and with an optional micro SD you can listen for hours.
Cons Verizon LG VX8300: the VCast music store is difficult to use and overpriced, dull selection of ringtones so Verizon hopes to squeeze extra charge out of that. Some external buttons are placed awkwardly which is not handy for people with large hands.
Conclusion on the LG VX8300: This is a great phone, an actually useful camera and some cool media capabilities into one do-it-all flip phone. Really convenient, only one slim item to carry around.
Blackberry Flip 8230 Pearl Cell Phone
Pros of the Verizon Blackberry Flip 8230: Not a bad phone for the money.
Cons of the Blackberry Flip 8230 Pearl : This Flip Phone does not have Wi-Fi.
Motorola V750 Adventure PTT
Pros of the Motorola Adventure V750: The phone has a great battery life of about a week on stand by and it doesn’t freeze up. Good call quality. It has a lot of functions for a flip phone.
Cons of the Motorola Adventure V750: Some customers say the V750 is not as rugged as they hoped for.
I hope that this list of Verizon compatible Flip Phones helped you out!