With its small body and neat design, the LG GD510 Pop could have been a great low-cost touchscreen phone and certainly it's the best device of this type that LG has yet produced so if you've liked its previous designs, it's well worth considering. However, for most users we feel LG has simply cut too many corners in the hardware, rendering the relatively large touchscreen essentially pointless.
At just £99.95, the LG Pop is an excellent buy.
LG has really done an excellent job with the Pop. It's a great handset to use if you don't want to spend big on a mobile phone. The slow internet connectivity is a bit of a bind given that the software is there ready and waiting to help you access everything you need, but perhaps that's not really the aim of this phone. Go and pay for a black label handset or an Arena if you want that kind of thing.
Tired of your phone bulging at the seams with technology? LG's Pop keeps it simple by only offering the functions you'll actually use and none of the excess tech you won't. Tired of your phone bulging at the seams with technology? LG's Pop keeps it simple by only offering the functions you'll actually use and none of the excess tech you won't.Tired of your phone bulging at the seams with technology?
The sound is clear and background noise doesn't cause any problems, and the people I spoke to using this phone said that they could hear me clearly.
Over all, it's not even near the standards of many of the touch screens on the market but for a low-cost and entry level touch screen phone the LG GD510 Pop is well worth considering.
Look and Feel
The LG GD510 Pop is compact and sleek.
If you are on a budget but still crave a phone with a good touchscreen that lets you listen to music, take photos on a 3-megapixel camera, stay in touch with friends on social networking sites, email and text, then the LG GD510 Pop is for you.
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The lack of high speed internet connection support would be the biggest letdown of LG GD510 Pop. There are no 3G nor WiFi supported by the phone. Itâ??s probably to keep the price tag low to do so. Besides of that, we were impressed very much by the phone. For being a non-smartphone and budget device, Lg Pop would be one of the best at its range.
The music player is pretty good and has some equalizers and you can also view the Album Art and filter your music by album, artist, recently played, or all songs.
The LG GD510 Pop pretty much offers the same features as the LG Cookie but makes up for a more responsive toucscreen, better UI, and a better build quality. I'm sure the LG GD510 Pop will not find it hard to copy the LG Cookie's success given what it has to offer, plus an optional solar back panel would definitely entice this mobile phone to treehuggers.
calls were very clear and speakerphone was very loud.
While you may find this phone to be quite cheap, I would really recommend not buying it. Reason is that even though it is a touchscreen, itâ?? s way to small, and texting is horrific. Youâ?? ll also find the phone to be quite laggy, and even freezes at some points. Everything about this phone is cheap and unorganized, and I understand that LG tried to make a low cost touchscreen phone, but for a consumer who are trying to purchase a phone only to call or even text once every few days or so.
We liked the E62's polished, intuitive messaging interface
The EDGE-enabled Nokia E62 is a dream come true for mobile Web addicts looking to duplicate their desktop browsing experiences while on the road, and it comes with solid corporate and push e-mail options, as well as the always slick and intuitive Symbian OS.
Sound quality was good, except when using the handset directly with the earset not well centered -- then the volume dropped to near zero.
The Nokia E62 excels on many points: rich set of features, sturdy design, vivid 320 x 240 display with 16 million colors and efficient, well-thought keypad and software. But a certain number of annoyances also make the whole thing less enthusiastically interesting. That said, it's a cell phone I enjoyed using. It's certainly good enough, but it is not perfect.
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