You won't get a top-tier display or camera, but it's a good value.
A blazing quad-core chip and a top-notch display make it one of LG's best smartphones yet.
It's a very average phone, but the price is cheap. Still, pick up a microSD card -- or just buy a better phone upfront.
The big display is a good idea, but the aspect ratio, among other glitches, makes it a flawed device.
The fuzzy display, the lackluster camera, there's just so many problems, where to begin?
It tries to be a good value, but at best, it's a decent Android phone at an affordable price.
Everything from the measly screen to the puny camera says it's a hot mess -- move along, nothing to see here.
You can get away with carrying a knockoff bag, but you can't get away with carrying a knockoff phone. LG's Nitro HD is just a Galaxy S2 knockoff -- and you can spot it a mile away. Despite its 4G LTE connection, the buggy camera and out-of-date software make it obviously second-rate -- and completely overpriced. The only reason I'd recommend the Nitro is if you absolutely need LTE and AT&T sold out of the other options.
If you don't want to pay for extras, it's as basic as it gets.
The LG Xenon is AT&T's latest touch screen device to feature iPhone-like capabilities -- except it also has a slide-out keyboard for more convenient typing. Similar to the LG Rumor for Sprint and LG Voyager for Verizon, its closest relative among AT&T phones is the Samsung Impression.
The LG Versa from Verizon sets the bar high in terms of demanding versatility from a mobile handset. With the Versa, you can choose between using the phone as a clamshell that opens up to reveal a keyboard, or keep it simple without the accessories and you'll still have a sleek candy bar-style touch screen phone, reminiscent of the LG Dare.
The LG VX8360 is a bit like its predecessor, the VX8350, but with a facelift. The camera quality -- 1.3-megapixel -- on both phones is the same. Each can access to email and instant messaging. And their gray and silver coating and rectangular shape are similar in size too. In fact, you may not see much difference on first glance. That is, until you look closely -- then you'll see improvements.
In the spirit of the LG Chocolate line, the CF360 is a 3G slider with a minimalist look. The stylish handset is a music playing, message-sending, video-watching machine, however it takes a little cash and a bit more memory to unleash it's potential. Luckily, there's a memory slot and the ability to upload music from a PC if buying apps isn't in the budget.
Like most smartphones, the LG Incite has multimedia features -- but its true appeal lies in its ability to keep you working even when you're away from the office or home. Notes, tasks and meeting reminders are available in one or two clicks, and you can edit and view office documents through Windows 6.1, or surf the Web and check email with Wi-Fi connectivity.
The LG Dare is a touch screen smartphone out to join the emerging brawl for dominance in the next big wave of cellular phone technology. Led by Apple's revolutionary iPhone, the fanciest of high-end phones must now engage touch screen technology head on.
A phone for serious text message users, the LG enV2 is a definite upgrade from its larger and less stylish predecessor, the enV. This latest handset offers a keyboard, music player with Bluetooth stereo support, microSD slot and a 2-megapixel camera and camcorder, merged together in a well-designed package.
When the original Chocolate was launched in 2006, the stylish phone in the shape of a chocolate bar became the "It" phone of the year. The new version, the Chocolate VX8550, looks just as sweet and packs more functionality into its minimalist slider design.
With its sleek, brushed metal body and 2-megapixel camera and camcorder, the VX8700 is LG's answer to the Motorola Krzr K1, where the focus is on sexy, minimalist design and sharp, printable quality photos.
With the rise of texting and email, a full keyboard has become a valued feature in phones. Until recently, if you wanted one, you had to buy a Sidekick. But the LG enV brings Verizon into the mix, offering new competition for the old standard. In addition to its keyboard and large internal screen, the enV also offers a 2-megapixel camera.
The LG VX8600 music phone is for you if you want the multimedia features of the Chocolate, but want a clamshell design. Like the Chocolate, the VX8600 offers a 1.3-megapixel camera, music player and links to Verizon's Mobile Web 2.0, Get It Now and VCast Video and Music service. It also includes one-touch speakerphone, a microSD slot, Ev-Do for speedy downloads and Bluetooth connect up to 20 devices, including headsets and stereo headphones -- sold separately.
A fashion-forward design and plethora of features make it one of the best phones of the year.
Bluetooth gives the LG VX5300 a leg up on its forerunner, last year's VX5200. Released by Verizon Wireless, the lighter VX5300 phone features a 0.3-megapixel camera with flash, speakerphone and voice recognition -- all within LG's signature clamshell design.
Music phones were supposed to be in 2005 what camera phones were in 2004, blockbuster hits. However initial attempts by manufacturers were met with lukewarm enthusiasm, as first generation music phones were flawed with functionality, song limitations, and connectivity restrictions.
It's a top-notch phone in imaging, audio and connectivity, but Verizon crippled the Bluetooth and nickel and dimes you at every opportunity.
Released for Cingular, the LG CG225 offers a departure from today's thin phones. With handsets moonlighting as replacement digital cameras and MP3 players, the mid-level CG225 focuses on its essentials as a communication device.
Harnessing the power of Cingular's new UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) network, the LG CU320 takes advantage of broadband speeds to access streaming content through Cingular Video service. Featuring entertainment, news, and sports information from today's leading media networks, the CU320 can download streaming clips at speeds of up to 220-320 kbps.