Excerpt: I bought an LG Cookie (KP500) cell phone three or four months back primarily because it was the most feature-rich cell phone available at the time which was priced within my budget of Rs. 6000. After using it regularly for the past quarter of a year this is how …
Summary: Don't bother buying this. The stylus is hard to hold due to tiny size and it doesn't accurately recognize the letters you print anyway. It is horribly outdated technology and will only frustrate you. Also, the touch screen is nonresponsive often and it requires a very FIRM touch to activate.
Summary: I got this for my dad in India. He wanted a touch-screen phone, but nothing too complicated. So...Droid/iPhone was a no-go. Additionally, he is not going to go through getting a data plan just for keeping the (mostly) unnecessary apps up-to-date. So this phone was perfect.
Summary: This phone looked very promising. I'm not someone who ever wanted a smartphone so I'm still a fan of basic phones that do not require data plans. Unfortunately, good-looking basic phones are hard to find.
Summary: I am so disappointed in this camera. I bought it for a six month stay in Europe. It lasted less than two months. It would not turn on despite being charged. I took it to a local mobile phone technician who said it was defective.