Excerpt: You're not how much money you have in the bank, you're not the car you drive, you're not the contents of your wallet, you are not your freaking khakis – oh, who are we kidding, if you're reading a site such as this, you're all about your khakis. To sate that "look good, feel good" need in all of us, LG has brought out the ultimate in techie chic: a watchphone.
Pros: Stylish, High quality of materials and construction, Responsive touchscreen and UI
Cons: Extremely limited feature set, Lock screen doesn't offer a watch face, Too expensive
Summary: Do you have the money to pay someone else to go and buy you a LG GD910 Watch Phone? If yes, it's because you have more money than sense. We wish that we did too - we'd love to buy one, but deep down we know the honeymoon period would soon wear off.
Conclusion: The pricing on the GD910 is its scariest aspect- it will set you back AED 4399 (about US$ 1,200). I don’t think any mobile phone can justify that price tag but unfortunately, thats how it is in the technology world. You always pay excess for getting the latest/greatest gadget- and the GD910 certainly is the first of its kind in the UAE. It’s an incredibly cool gadget.
LG LGGD910 3G Watch Phone (Unlocked)--Gadget Lovers Take Notice
Personal Electronics buzz
5 August 2009
Excerpt: I purchased the LG LGGD910 3G watch phone from an international seller. The watch phone is compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequencies and HSDPA 2100. I travel about six months of the year in Europe, so I will be able to use the watch phone on Europe's HSDPA 2100 network. It will work in the States on the 850/1900 frequencies.
Excerpt: Boasting 3G connectivity, a full touch-screen interface and 2GB of built-in memory, the LG GD910 watch phone is surprisingly intuitive to use for such a small device, but its price tag is simply ridiculous.