Summary: With its decent midrange feature set and eye-catching design, the LG dLite is a wonderfully girly phone that would appeal to the young, or just the young at heart.
Pros: The LG dLite is a stylish and fashionable phone for the ultrafeminine. It has a unique hidden LED matrix display, an edge-lit LED surface, a 2.0-megapixel camera, a music player, 3G support, and fantastic call quality.
Cons: The LG dLite is almost a half-inch too long. Its keypad feels a little too smooth and flush to the surface, and the keys on the side are very skinny. It does not have a 3.5mm headset jack, and taking photos with it can feel a little awkward.
Excerpt: The LG dLite is a GSM clamshell phone with a nice design and a hidden LED matrix displaying icon alerts, caller ID, time and date, as well as other customizable patterns. The phone is tall but easy to carry in your pocket. Take a look!
Excerpt: The LG dLite is an entry-level flip phone with a girly look. LG intentionally designed this low-cost phone for young girls looking for a cute handset with basic call and text functionality, including camera and internet capabilities. The phone is lightweight and made of plastic, but sturdy enough for light to moderate usage. It is available in blue, pink, and black. It has a large 2.8-inch OLED screen with 256,000 colors on a 240 x 400 pixel display.