Powerful hi-end smartphone
Excellent voice quality. Dual-core speed. HDMI output.
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade
Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.
NOVA display for improved readability
'The phone feels good in hand and is solid.'
'decent viewing angles'
'Slow to unlock.'
'Soft plastic screen.'
Call quality is very good
Good call quality
Sharp display and roomy keyboard
Good call quality and signal reception
Roomy QWERTY keyboard
Very nice device
'Aside from the 2-megapixel camera itself, what you can find on the back is also a small mirror and oddly shaped opening of the loudspeaker that also contributes to the fresh overall look.
'It´s as thin and stylish as even the newest smartphones because it simply doesn´t have to pack in a bunch of chips and gadgets. '
'The phone supports GPRS and EDGE technologies letting you to transfer data in high speeds between your phone and other mobile phones.
'This new LG phone is sleek and stylish.'
Android-like customization options for the homescreen
Lightweight and portable
'Backdated version of Bluetooth.'
Small, low-res screen
Comfortable physical keys
Very attractive price tag
'The LG Octane is a bit bulky.'
'very confusing navigation experience'
'full QWERTY keyboard'
'Mediocre camera performance'
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