Easy to use 3.5mm headphone jack
There is no doubting that the LG Optimus GT540 is attractive in pricing terms, and LG has done a good job of making it look attractive both physically and in terms of its own Android skin.
The resistive touchscreen lacks responsiveness at times though, making you feel like you're swiping through treacle, and the screen itself is a bit too small for media rich activity like Web browsing.
At Rs. 10,999, the LG Optimus has great potential to be an absolute steal. After all, it is an Android smartphone with full connectivity features and a great price-tag. However, the resistive touchscreen plays a pretty big spoilsport keeping the LG Optimus from attaining the status of a very good product.
LG GT540 Optimus can be easily advertised as â?? a smartphone for everyoneâ??. Besides its good looking design and ergonomic layout, GT540 is a complete Android device, which offers all the standard features that a person would want from its mobile phone. It doesn't matter if you're a techie or a non-smartphone user, as GT540 can meet most of your demands.
Finally those 3310s and 3315s can GO! Nokia's 2600 is sasta phone that's no doubt tikau as well, and oh so sundar it is! If you've always wanted a color phone, were adamant on buying a Nokia only (I don't blame you for feeling that way), couldn't afford a 6610 (surprisingly still in the Rs. 6000-6500 range), or for whatever reason couldn't get your budget above Rs. 4,000, you'll like the what the 2600 has to offer.
the phone quality is excellent and our friends also gave similar results.
Samsung SGH-T239 is a basic phone and is defiantly not for people who look for a phone which is high on features. But this phone is just for calling, sending text messages and nothing else. It also performs well for the features it promises.
Aperture priority mode.
The Samsung TL500 has some drool-worthy specs and shoots great photos, but it stumbles on usability and video quality. The 8X-optical-zoom M580 serves up great exposure quality and easy controls, at the expense of manual settings. It's a versatile camera for the price, but it falls short on exciting extras. The DSC-W370 has a great zoom range and a lot of extras for a point-and-shoot that costs about $200, but the lag time between actions is a major drag.
The G705 keeps you updated with the information most important to you via RSS feeds that are delivered straight to your phone’s desktop. Whether its sport scores or news from around the world, be the first to break that story to friends or work colleagues. Complete with 3.2 megapixel camera and video capabilities, upload your favourite and funny moments straight to the web for friends all over the world to see. Time to relax?
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