Excerpt: The LG Cookie is the first handset to offer an affordable touchscreen experience. The LG Cookie costs around £100 SIM-free and is also available for free on a monthly contract. What we like The LG Cookie looks and feels like a mid-range handset but costs a lot less than other touchscreen phones such as the LG Viewty. A simple touchscreen interface guides you through all of the Cookie's features and you can customise the home screen with your favourite widgets.
Excerpt: I was completely taken aback when I saw the box with the pricing of this touch screen handset the LG KP500 cookie – Rs. 13,990. It amazed me that a large screen touch sensitive handset would cost so little. This could well be the cheapest totally touch screen handset on the Indian market, but what I’m sure you'd need to know is if it's still worth even that price. Let me clue you in this entry level touch screen handset.
Conclusion: On the other hand, if you’re looking for an affordable touchscreen phone to use mainly for calls and aren’t bothered about gadgets and fancy features, then this may be the phone for you. Making/receiving calls is easy and the sound quality is clear and loud enough. The Cookie looks and feels great. It has a clear and bright display and a pretty good touch screen.
Excerpt: Zara has been checking out the KP500, which is a full on touchscreen phone also known as the Cookie. And coincidentally, we're giving one away, so if you like what you see, click on over here to be in with a chance of winning one.
Excerpt: Available At: It's been a while since I've handled an LG phone so I thought I might review the LG Cookie or LG KP500 next since it's only about 100 Quid. The LG Cookie mobile phone seems to be the cheapest touchscreen phone in the market today.