LG GD900 Crystal Review – truly unique twin touchscreen phone
17 June 2011
Excerpt: The LG GD900 Crystal in this review is a curious phone as it comprises two touchscreens in one: the standard touchscreen you’d expect to find; and another one on the keypad. But then the keypad is also curious: it’s completely…
Excerpt: LG’s Crystal is a glam handset with show-off features to impress friends. It has two touch-sensitive interfaces: a touchscreen and then an innovative version of a keypad. Instead of buttons, the slide-out number pad is pancake-flat and is touch-sensitive.
Excerpt: With the dust barely settled from the announcement of the worlds first phone to feature a fully transparent keypad, Mobiles.co.uk have managed to get hold of an LG GD900 Crystal over a month before it’s officially due to launch here in the UK.
Excerpt: There are quite a few fashion centric handsets out there that employ some really trendy as well as technologically advanced motifs to boost sales. These handsets also cater to a certain elitist group of consumers who don’t often care about features as long as the handset itself is designed to be...
LG's latest Crystal mobile phone features a transparent keypad.
Good Gear Guide.au
15 April 2010
Summary: LG's Crystal (GD900) impresses largely thanks to its unique, transparent keypad that doubles as a touch pad. Ultimately though, it suffers from the lack of features often associated with stylish fashion phones.
Pros: Transparent keypad that doubles as a gesture touchpad, Wi-Fi, responsive touch screen
Cons: No GPS, no 3.5mm headphone jack, all plastic build, poor camera performance, sluggish user interface
Summary: Overview After the LG Arena and ViewtySmart it was the turn of the LG Crystal GD900 to land in our hands. This little slide phone takes on board the latest version of the interface called S-Class navigation system owner.
Conclusion: Overall, yeah this is a good phone, and one with that little bit extra that has it knocking on the doors of great – but unfortunately there are a few key problems. One is that, in my eyes, the see through keypad essentially adds £100-£150 to the cost of the phone (at around £350 PAYG) but offers...