Conclusion: The LG Incite is a decent smartphone, though certain hang-ups, like the relative heavy-handedness required when using the stylus and AT&T’s slow 3G web browsing, keep it from taking any crowns. The current introductory price of $99, however, makes it worth a look.
Pros: Affordable introductory price; easy to use; excellent camera
Cons: Okay browsing capabilities; touchscreen requires heavy-handedness; cumbersome contact book
Summary: Though we weren't pleased with LG Incite's design quirks, we think that overall, it's a very good first entry in the U.S. smartphone market.
Pros: The LG Incite is an attractive touch-screen phone with Windows Mobile 6.1. Features include a whole host of productivity and multimedia features like Microsoft ActiveSync, Office Mobile, and a 3-megapixel camera. It offers both Wi-Fi and HSDPA connectivity. Call quality was good.
Cons: The LG Incite has rather sluggish performance, and we weren't always pleased with the touch interface. We also think the surface can be a bit too reflective, and we don't like that the stylus isn't built-in.