Sleek, comfortable design
The LG Optimus L9 brings a great budget option to T-Mobile's lineup. It is of course not as good as the forthcoming Nexus 4, but it absolutely holds its own with similar offerings from HTC and Samsung. The 4.5" IPS display is wonderful, and the dual core TI OMAP processor delivered smooth performance. We would have preferred a better camera, but at $80 on contract we can't complain too much.
Blazing speed on 4G, Updated design
While internal hardware certainly underscores the "you get what you pay for" adage, there is a enough packed into this little gadget to impress you with what you pay for it. T-Mobile currently offers the L9 for $48.99 plus a fee for a two-year contract. Or, you can pick it up for $199.99 without an annual contract. For someone on a budget who needs a smartphone, the contract is an attractive offer, but just be sure to check the T-Mobile coverage in your area.
Solid performance at an attractive price point
The LG Optimus L9 seems to make itself pretty comfortable in its little niche. Flagship-sized screen and solid performance at an attractive price point is certainly a combo many will be happy with. And considering there's virtually no competition (at least until the Galaxy Grand arrives), the L9 has every chance of making it big. We'd say it will be well deserved.
Almost Perfect for Under $100 Just got Patched to Jelly Bean!
It's not perfect, and it's obvious that LG had to cut some corners to keep the price low. There's no 8 MP camera with lots of functions, high-end processor, 8 or 16 GB internal storage, or super-high resolution screen. The camera could be better, so could the data speeds, and the loudspeaker needs some work, but for what it is, I can't find a better handset out there.
Better specs, a bigger screen
I still find the Final Thoughts of the L-series of smartphones from LG hard - they're budget phones, but I can't find myself recommending them. The Nexus 4, also made by LG, is less than $350 - and offers twice the specs, and twice the phone.
What LG have done with the Optimus L9 is finish off a series of smartphones with a better 'bang'. The L9 has better specs, a bigger screen and is the much better performer of the three L-series phones from LG.
Bright Clear Screen, 8MP Camera
LG has done a pretty good job with the L Series and the L9 in particular. There are only one downside in the hardware design which I raised but apart from that it's a very classy phone to hold and be seen using. The L Series is certainly a well thought out and designed range of phones and LG is definitely a respected hardware manufacturer who has delivered a quality product in the Optimus L9.
Awful calling quality
Kudos to LG for thinking outside the box when it comes to the design of the LG Doubleplay, but in all seriousness, it's simply not practical when it comes down to typing messages. Rather, we find the whole thing challenging as we resort to using the on-screen keyboard instead. In addition, we do like the multi-tasking aspects found with the secondary touchscreen, but it doesn't particularly deepen the experience nor does it bring any innovative qualities.
Good tactile keyboard
The LG DoublePlay gets extra points for doing something almost entirely different. For some, the second screen will be a productive aid. However, at the end of the day the second screen feels more like a mistake than a revolution, and as an everyday phone, the DoublePlay just doesn't cut it.
Innovative, and surprisingly useful
There are neither outstanding pros or cons to this device once you take away the dual-display. Considering the radical nature of this technology, I would expect more out of the device as a whole. Check it out. You'll like the idea, you just might not like the phone.
Nice Battery Life, Keyboard Works Well, Runs Latest Android Version
It would be beneficial to preface my final thoughts by mentioning that the LG DoublePlay for T-Mobile is $99 with a two-year contract, unlike so many of it's Android brethren which get much pricier. The DoublePlay looks nice and feels nice, even if it's a bit heavy. The slider is sturdy with good spring, as is the rest of the phone; it's pretty well built. The main-screen size is relatively small and it's made worse by a mediocre resolution.
The keys' white backlight looks superb at night and enhances this phone's credentials as a premium fashion handset.
LG's Prada KF900 is proof that fashion phones don’t always have to be all style and no substance. The lack of GPS and a standard headphone jack are downsides, but the QWERTY keyboard is excellent and the interface is a winner.
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.
You'll pretty much know straight away if you think this phone is something you want in your life. Just have a look at your thumb tips... if they're red raw that means you're someone who texts, emails and uses other typing functions all the time. So do your thumbs a favour, have a look at investing in the LG GW300!
download new music
The "LG GW300" is an affordable phone with a full QWERTY keyboard and other exciting features for users who prefer quality and a reasonable price. The LG phone is the right phone to exchange email and messages and for accessing the websites of social networking. The "GW300" is a handset primarily focused on messaging and features a spacious QWERTY keyboard which enables you to text messages at great speeds.
Final word The LG GW300 is a good looking, mid range economical phone.
The LG GW300 is a good looking, mid range economical phone. It has lot of features in its kitty like full Querty keyboard, wider display, Radio, Music, memory storage, internet, accessing the Orkut and Facebook, and camera.
Although not very good, the bundled earphones are decent for a casual listen and the external speakers are loud but not very clear.
The LG GW525 is priced at Rs. 13,990 and when we look at other phones available around that price, it appears expensive. Yes, there is the keyboard but the Samsung Corby Pro also offers the same keyboard and is priced less too.
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