Summary: Generally, LG GD510 is a good phone. Something not good enough is that the touch screen is not that sensitive, especially the slide bar. I thought the sensitivity could be adjusted by some setting, but I did not find it. Anyway, I like it.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace an LG Sentio for T-Mobile, but at half the price. It did not disappoint. It came with everything I needed out of the box, just put in my SIM card and it worked instantly. Very similar in features, good call quality, decent camera, good battery life, etc. The touch screen is a bit innaccurate at times, but no big deal. I recommend it.
Summary: i wasnt sure when i bought this, but i liked how it looked and i wanted a touch phone. i dont use many of the apps, but there are some cool ones. the phone is small is looks good,works fine too - the keyboard is a bit small and at first it was confusing to figure out
Summary: This unit "LG" was a gift for my wife, She is a novice using touchscreen cell phones, but this unit helps to learn, understand and manage a lot of utilities on the phone, it charges the battery in about 3 hours, 3 days after it need to recharge. excellent keyboard on the screen, 4gb external memory it can contain a lot of music on MP3 format, I do not gave 5 stars because te time of the battery life.
Summary: The phone a iPhone type phone. Once I got use to navigating the phone it was a breeze. A quality product that my girlfriend even dropped and it still works. I took it to Thailand and popped in a local SIM and all worked as advertised. Only thing I didn't like is it doesn't list incoming calls by name even though they're stored in my contact list; like my other LG phone. All in all, I recommend this phone.