Reviews and Problems with LG Cookie Plus / GS500 / GS500 Velvet / Sentio
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Sydney's LG Sentio review (T-Mobile)
28 April 2015
Summary: The LG Sentio is a solid device with solid features. Not everyone is a fan of LG and their user interface, but if you're impartial and you want a featurephone that doesn't feel like it's going to fall apart in your purse or pocket, definitely check out the Sentio.
Conclusion: For LG touch screen phone enthusiasts who have been eagerly waiting for the popular LG Cookie phone to come to a US carrier, the LG Sentio isn’t the answer to your prayers. The LG Sentio is an entry-level touch screen feature phone that carries a $69.99 price with a 2-year contract after rebate.
Excerpt: Nearly a month and a half back, we had got you some dope on a couple of new phones LG had launched here . With these phones LG ensures your sweet tooth keeps going with yet another launch under the “Cookie” moniker. Today we’re testing the Cookie Plus aka GS500v.
Conclusion: We're a bit flabbergasted in LG's offering with the Sentio as it clearly doesn't showcase the true potential of what we've seen out of the Korean company. Out of the three handsets that LG is launching with T-Mobile, the Sentio is blatantly the most well rounded, but pales in comparison to rival...
Pros: Great battery life, Compact size
Cons: Mundane looks, Outdated interface, No 3.5mm headset jack
Conclusion: The first Cookie proved to be a smashing success for the manufacturer and it’s only logical to expect its successor will do equally good. However, the market for affordable handsets equipped with touch-sensitive screens has changed dramatically over the last year and the other players have already...
Pros: Good in-call and audio playback quality, 3G support, 3.5mm jack
Cons: The screen could have been more touch-sensitive, Captured videos are practically unusable
Excerpt: The LG Cookie Plus is a candy bar GSM Quad-band phone capable of global roaming. It's also the slightly scaled down version of the LG Renoir ; it offers a 3MP camera instead of 8MP and lacks support for Wi-Fi and GPS.
Conclusion: O LG Cookie Plus GS290 é uma evolução do já conhecido LG Cookie, um celular que inaugurou uma nova categoria no mercado trazendo recursos que antes estavam presentes apenas nos smartphones para um dispositivo mais barato e fácil de usar.
Bom aparelho para quem não faz questão de Wi-Fi ou 3G
5 April 2011
Conclusion: O LG Cookie Plus é um bom celular com tela touch screen, Bluetooh, player legal e alguns outros recursos interessantes. As funcionalidades do aparelho são apenas razoáveis porque sentimos falta do Wi-Fi e do acesso 3G.
Pros: Widgets na tela inicial., Comando por gestos., Player de música bonito., Atena FM interna., Fácil de usar.
Cons: Sem Wi-Fi., Sem acesso a internet móvel., Tela resistiva pouco sensível., Jogos demo., Sem GPS.
Excerpt: Mais um membro da família Cookie chega para o repertório da LG… o GS500 Cookie Plus pode ser considerado como uma versão aprimorada do original KP500 Cookie, que oferece um design ligeiramente mais arredondado, com um display touchscreen resistivo de 3 polegadas (resolução 240 x 400 px) e tecnologia...