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LG WatchPhone review | Battery & Memory

Published on: Wednesday, December 30th 2009                   Written by: Casper van der Kaaij - Photography by: Mark Peters

LG WatchPhone charger

LG WatchPhone charger

LG WatchPhone GD910 Standby time

We are neutral about the standby time of the WatchPhone. There are not a lot of features affecting the standby time, except for making calls and sending text messages, of course. The screen turns off quite rapidly (unfortunately) and does not continuously display a nice clock. You have to settle for a simple, non-illuminated version. This naturally contributes to a longer battery life. With an average calling pattern, the battery will last for two to three days. Charging is carried out by a simple cradle fitting the WatchPhone. Frequent calling, or a continuously activated Bluetooth functionality, may require a daily recharge.

LG Watch Phone

LG Watch Phone

80GB internal memory

The LG WatchPhone features 80MB of internal memory. This is obviously not much compared to regular mobile phones that sometimes feature 16 or 32GB. Yet it is sufficient for the applications, a few MP3 files to use as ringtones for example, or just music and pictures. The memory is not expandable. By using the cradle, the included data cable can also be connected.

 

LG GD910 WatchPhone

LG GD910 WatchPhone

LG WatchPhone cradle

LG WatchPhone cradle

 

LG cradle

LG cradle

LG power cable

LG power cable

LG charger

LG charger

 
 
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