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Ilse Jurrien
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LG smartphone review

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ilse Jurrien
Sunday, September 5th 2010 - 22:20 CEST - Comments: 0
L G is doing well again, as recently the Korean brand introduced its first Android smartphone onto the market, and additionally, an extensive line of smartphones with the LG S-Class User interface has become available. This interface ensured a pleasant control in the LG Arena and the LG Viewty smart, and has been developed even further for the LG mini, which of course arouses our curiosity. LG has sought collaboration with DJ Tiësto for the LG mini. The special Tiësto Edition has extra content so that you can enjoy your phone immediately.

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LG Smartphone review


LG smartphone review - LG Mini GD880 menu

As is almost standard currently, we also find a number of different start screens in the LG Mini. In this case, there are three, which can all be completely arranged according to personal taste. Just hold down an icon and you can add Links, Widgets or Favorites to the main screen. You decide what is easiest for you and it truly becomes a personalized cell phone. At the bottom of the start screen there is a tab with four quick keys. You can easily get to the keypad in order to choose a number, to go to the phonebook or to write messages. The last quick key is really a menu key.


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LG Mini Tiësto smartphone review

Because we are testing the LG Mini GD880 as the Tiësto edition, we already received quite a bit of multimedia content in the phone. You can manage and view everything in the menu, under ‘my media'. The categories are images, videos, sounds, games and applications, and everything can be found easily and you can choose between the phone's memory, the memory card, or both locations for storage.  The mediaplayer itself is neat, but simple. You see a timeline and the control keys. There is also, if available, a cd-cover shown. Speaker sound is pretty good. Of course a headset is included, and any headset with a 3.5mm connection can be used.




LG smartphone review

The LG mini GD880 is a compact smartphone, and despite its small format, all functionalities are present. Next to the format, the sleek design is also remarkable. With a 5.0 megapixel digital camera, Bluetooth, FM-radio, LG Air Sync, HSDPA and Wi-Fi, among others, it is a true high-end cell phone. Our experience with the LG Mini Tiësto edition can be read in the following LG smartphone review.

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