Excerpt: The LG Bliss was recently launched by Bell and as a mid-level touchscreen device (retails for $79.95 on a 3-year plan) this is one to consider. Yes, there are other touchscreen available but this one should be marked nowhere in their marketing material is this competing with the iPhone or labeled an “Apple Eater”.
Excerpt: The LG Bliss was recently released by Bell and we got our hands on one to find out what’s inside the box and how the newest touchscreen actually feels. First and foremost, the LG Bliss is incredibly light.
Excerpt: The Bliss has a contact book of 1000 numbers. Under each contact you can save upto five contact numbers, two mail addresses, and a website URL. You can also add a memo note to each of the contacts. You can further dump these contacts in groups, assign one of 25 ring tones, or one of eight message tones. The phone also has a host of other features like the speaker phone, Multimedia messaging, alarm clock, a world clock, unit converter and a stop watch among lots more.
Excerpt: A really slim and good looking phone that offers great call quality, along with a host of other features like GPS EV-DO, a 2.0 megapixel camera and HTML browser. Cheap plastics hamper the appeal of the phone and the browser does not support Flash Lite. The LG Bliss is a beautiful phone that comes packed with features to boost LG’s already dominant position in the touch screen market.