Summary: The LG eXpo is a solid choice for business users who need to stay connected and keep their lives organized. Thanks to the 1.0-GHz Snapdragon processor, during our entire review period we didn't encounter any lag at all, even with several applications running at once. We prefer the Tilt2 because of HTC's gorgeous Sense UI and slightly better keyboard. But for $199, the eXpo is a phone worth considering, especially if you like the idea of projecting on the go.
Pros: Solid build quality, Capable optional projector attachment, Fast processor, Great sound quality, Intuitive UI
Cons: Resistive touchscreen, Keyboard design could be better, No 3.5mm headset jack
Summary: Offering both power and style, the LG Expo is one of the best smartphones for business users on the market today.
Pros: The LG Expo is well designed and boasts a sharp display and excellent QWERTY keyboard. The Windows Mobile 6.5 device also offers Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, and GPS. Its call quality was excellent and the smartphone's general performance was quite snappy.
Cons: The smartphone lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack. There's no dedicated Start menu button, often requiring you to use the stylus. We also wish the Expo had a built-in stylus holder.
Conclusion: LG did a wonderful job in disassociating itself from the sour after taste that left us with the LG INCITE . They’ve clearly reworked their designs and managed to produce a worthy Windows Mobile smartphone that will aim to please a wide range of users with its impressive lists of features.
Pros: Smooth looking S-Class Interface, Great calling quality, Pocketable form factor, Tactile QWERTY keyboard
Cons: Bulky looking with pico projector, Poor battery life