Are you an LG fan with a chip on your shoulder? Brush it off, cause we’ve got some brand new LG shots to make your day. First up is the LG VX10000, which you might remember from a little while back. This device is set to replace the current LG enV as the Verizon messaging phone of the moment. The enV is a pretty slick device, but from these shots it’s clear that the VX10000 is trying to blow the enV out of the water. It looks like a sort of hybrid between the enV and the Prada phone. Not a bad pedigree if you ask us.We just have a major issue with Verizon’s UI. The screens are gorgeous, with both vertical and landscape displays. The keyboard also looks pretty good, with appropriate spacing between each key, and what appears to be ample space in between buttons. Next up is the VX8800, which is an update to the VX8550. Specs are unknown at this point, but one thing is clear: this is a clean looking handset. It sports a touchscreen interface in addition to the slide out number pad, giving it a leg up when compared to similar fashion-oriented sliders from companies like Nokia and Samsung. Pics of the VX8800 and VX10000 after the jump. Enjoy!