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LG GT505

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Overall 7

LG GT505 Review

1 June 2010
  • Summary: LG GT505 fails to impress as a good mid-range multimedia phone, due to a poor quality loudspeaker and the lack of a quality camera lens, leaving a lot to be desired at a price of Rs. 17,000.
  • Pros: Ships with scratch proof LCD sticker, 5MP camera with auto-focus & LED flash, Wi-Fi & A-GPS with Wisepilot Navigation software
  • Cons: Sluggish touchscreen interface, Poorly built loudspeaker, Lack of quality camera lens for video recording
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Overall 8

LG GT505 Mobile Phone

17 May 2009
  • Excerpt: LG’s budget touchscreen handset the Cookie, like Samsung’s Corby range, has enjoyed quite a bit of fame in its time and spawned a few variants of its own. Although LG hasn’t officially dubbed these officially as Cookies, the design, features and price range they’re available at make it a bit obvious. The GT505 is one of these variants on the higher end strobe and here’s how it fared.
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Overall 8

LG GT505

2 September 2010
  • Conclusion: This 5 mega pixel candy bar is definitely a high profile phone, if we go by the features it possesses. Apart from features, it is also important to check out the steadiness of the phone. The battery of LG GT505 is a Standard battery, Li-Ion but the talk time and the stand by time of the battery is yet known. LG GT505 is expected to arrive soon and then more details on the specifications and reviews will be out for making better judgment.
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