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REVIEW: LG Eve GW620R Android Smartphone
12 August 2013
Conclusion: Even though it has Google Android as its primary operating system, you can choose to have the LG skin placed on top. This makes the main menu a little easier to navigate, as you can see all of your applications in a grid pattern, sorted by category. The home screen also has three “pages” and you swipe horizontally to access the additional screens.
Conclusion: As the GW620 is the first Android phone by LG , it is more sort of a beginner in the market. The phone ranks good in appearance, but when it comes to competition, it stands nowhere close. The GW620 is good for a start, but if you're looking for something more, you may want to check out other options.
Conclusion: So how friendly did we find LG's little Android handset? The GW620 was amicable enough on the surface, with nice hardware and a great interface making us feel all warm and fuzzy. Unfortunately it left us feeling less than friendly after wasting time with our emails and trying to connect the handset to a computer via USB. The LG GW620 is trying, it really is. It's not a bad handset, and it's full of nice ideas that just didn't seem to work quite well enough for us.
Excerpt: The GW620 is LG’s first Android device to hit the Indian market. It’s being called the Friendly Smartphone and I’m here to tell you if that’s true. So here’s a closer look. Form Factor LG has gone with a touchscreen coupled with the versatility of a slide out QWERTY keypad. There’s just one issue with the overall design concept – the touch-sensitive keys on either side of the center menu key are too sensitive and you’ll quite often find yourself back on the home page or...
Conclusion: We have now arrived at the end of my review of the LG GW620 so hope I’ve covered everything to as greater detail as I can for you. My full overall opinion of this handset is that it is a nearly phone meaning that if it had a capacitive touch screen interface and maybe a more smart phone feel then it would be the perfect handset for anyone wanting to enter the world of smart phones; but as the device is currently I would say that it sits on the market in between being a...
Summary: 2010 could be the year of the Android, and LG is making that one of its core focus by introducing its first Android mobile device, the LG GW620. The Korean chaebol is known for its outstanding aesthetic designs, but the GW620 is somewhat lacking in that aspect, looking just like any other Android phone that's been released so far.
Excerpt: The LG GW620 , the Korean manufacturer's first Android handset, is having a bit of an identity crisis. It occupies a pretty strange space in the marketplace, straddling the line between being a fun and accessible mobile, with a heavy emphasis on social networking and a hefty five megapixel camera, and a serious smartphone, with a rugged five line qwerty keyboard and preloaded office apps. It isn't the best in class at either job but it does occupy a nice middleground.
Summary: T he fact that LG has also chosen the Android platform is a wise choice. Important developments have been made in this domain and the brands that are not (yet) using Android are falling behind. The use of Android in the new LG GW620 smartphone is well done. Next to the standard menu, there is also the LG menu, so that the LG GW620 Android smartphone gets its own feeling. You can choose which menu you want to use.