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LG VX8300 Phone Review

By Edited Sep 27, 2016 0 1

Look at the phone you're holding right this second. If you can't remember when and where you bought it, it's time to go buy a new one. But before you ditch your old phone at the nearest trash bin, read first this lg vx8300 phone review because this could be the phone for you.

This flip mobile phone is an improved version of its predecessor, the VX8100. This new phone is impressively slim and sleek, which makes handling the phone way easier compared to bulky phones. One of the exterior features of this phone includes an awesomely bright OLED display that measures 1.2 inches.

This phone is actually the first to have Adobe Flash Lite, so you can be sure of vivid camera photos. I also loved that the buttons for the music player is right smack below the screen. You can access the music player even if the phone is closed and you can also view the album art on the external display.

The speakers of this phone are found at the sides, promising a loud and high-quality listening experience. If you think that's all there is to this lg vx8300 phone review, think again. As soon as you flip the phone open, you'll surely adore its 2.25 inch-display that supports 262,000 colors.

The bright display is perfect for viewing photos, videos, and even playing your favorite mobile games. The navigation buttons are easy to use and are adequate in size, something users with quite chubby thumbs can cheer about.

The phonebook has a 500-contact capacity where you can fill each entry with five phone numbers and two e-mail addresses. If you're all about organization, you can make use of the picture caller ID and apply an image for each of your contacts.

As for the quality of phone calls, you don't have to worry about a thing. Before this lg vx8300 phone review ends, remember this: if you're looking for an attractive mobile phone with a winning audio and video quality that doesn't burn a hole in your wallet, this phone should be on top of your list.

Also consider looking into a LG VX9800 review and compare cell phones before you decide which one to go with.

Another cell phone article i've written - HTC Touch Smartphone Review.



Nov 1, 2009 1:19pm
nice phone
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