Saturday, January 08, 2011

Lg Cookie Plus Gs500: A Review

A revamped version of LG's successful LG Cookie KP500, the LG Cookie Plus GS500 has a refreshing design and enhanced user interface from its predecessor. Some improvements that were made are 3G connectivity and 3.5mm audio jack into LG Cookie Plus GS500.


This phone is made of rubberized plastic, offering a pleasant feel when in the hands, and has a look and size that is more appealing than its predecessor. Measuring at 4.21 inch tall, 2.07 inch wide and 0.45 inch thick, this delight of a phone is sleek and slim, fitting nicely into your pockets.

The LG Cookie Plus GS500 has a 3 inch resistive touch screen with resolution of 240 x 400 pixels and supports 256K colors. Having a resistive touch screen would mean that you have to put more pressure with the fingernails to navigate the phone. It also has a built-in accelerometer which facilitates automatic UI rotation

There are 3 round buttons below the screen. They are the Call button, Menu and End/Power. The volume button and microUSB (expandable memory of maximum 8 GB) port are located on the left of the phone, while the camera button is on the right.

Three buttons present below screen are in round shape: Call button, Menu and End/Power. A volume rocker, a microUSB ports are on the left spine, while a 3.5mm audio port and a lock key are at the top. The camera button is on the right and can take picture of up to 3 mega pixels. It's not much, compared to the other phones who have cameras that are capable of taking photos of up to 12 mega pixels, but it does a pretty decent job...Read more>>

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