Reasonably priced handset with Android 4.0 and a zippy dual-core CPU
Terrific value for the money
Unnecessary UI overlay for ICS, Redundant bloatware
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.'
'slim and sturdy design'
'Poor multimedia capabilities.'
Future-proofed with 4G LTE
'It feels fine in the hand, and due to the phone's weight and solidness, doesn't feel cheap.'
'With characteristic innovation, the LG GT540 is the ideal smartphone for first-time smartphone users. '
'Using the phone is fairly effortless even though the touchscreen is resistive. '
'It is solid phone and offers better sturdy grip. '
Latest version of the Android OS
Camera takes mediocre pictures and only records VGA video
Slow and sluggish
Includes NFC support
3G Mobile Hotspot capability
Clear voice quality
Cheap hardware buttons & Poor camera quality
QWERTY keyboard and touch-screen display make it easy to use
Eco-friendly design and packaging
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