Excerpt: The LG Lotus Elite has a sleek square design and an amazing external touchscreen display, from which you can access basic functions like contacts and messages without having to open the cell phone. Its fashionable design, numerous features and impressive...
Excerpt: LG Lotus Elite has fashionable design, numerous multimedia and excellent features, full QWERTY keyboard and external touch screen on the lid. The Elite also offers impressive call quality. LG Lotus Elite has similar features as its predecessor. The photo and speakerphone call quality needs to be improved. Technology: CDMA2000 1X Band: CDMA2000 1X 1900/800 Phone Design: Folder type Caller ID: Yes Other Features: EV-DO Rev. 0.
Summary: As I said in the beginning, the Lotus Elite is a messaging phone at heart. Because of it being targeted towards that demographic, other features that those people would enjoy also perform well. Messaging, social networking, picture sharing, and watching YouTube videos are all areas that will give the user great performance and satisfaction. Web browsing, email, and general productivity are not what this phone is meant for and therefore are not areas in which it excels.
Summary: The LG Lotus Elite's stylish design, healthy feature set, and excellent performance make it a great messaging phone choice for Sprint customers.
Cons: The LG Lotus Elite has features similar to those of its predecessor. We think the photo quality could be improved. We also wished the speakerphone had better audio quality. Plus, the LG Lotus Elite's unique look might not be for everyone.
Conclusion: was quite good on both ends with the LG Lotus Elite . Callers said we were very clear and did not have any complaints about sound quality. On our end they were plenty loud, voice reproduction was natural and everything sounded great. It is definitely one of the better phones we have tested recently. CDMA talk time is getting better and better, so while the Lotus Elite’s rated talk time is average at 5.9 hours it is still plenty.