Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus Sol / E730 / Victor
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Review: LG Optimus Sol E730
12 April 2012
Excerpt: With the popularity of Android getting bigger, we have seen many new launches in the all the segments from LG, Samsung and other manufacturers. Presently even the mid range of Android phones are packed with features and also priced reasonably. ...
Summary: The Optimus Sol is both smart and slim with a powerful combination of style and performance for a fashionable smartphone experience. Brilliantly bright with a 3.8" Ultra AMOLED Display, it delivers two times the clarity in heavy sunlight outdoors.
Conclusion: Without any doubt, the LG Optimus Sol will have a hard time battling in the Android arena as there are plenty of similarly priced devices that do not skimp on features. Still, we have to admit that its Ultra AMOLED display is pleasing to the eye thanks to the saturated colors and deep blacks that it...
Pros: Eye-catching display, Good in-call sound quality, Slim and lightweight
LG Optimus Sol – the poor man’s Optimus 2X has some nice specs – user review
6 September 2011
Conclusion: As a lower-end phone, the Optimus Sol will probably cost around $100 with a contract and $300 without – I expect the price to be slightly lower than these numbers, and if it is so, the device will make a great purchase and alternative to the more expensive G2X and other higher end smartphones.
Summary: LG has recently launched a phone named as LG Optimus SOL E730 . The phone has got some serious looks and the features are just too much. LG Optimus SOL E730 is announced, and its release is expected soon. LG Optimus Sol E730: OS The OS of any phone is the bottom line of it.
Excerpt: LG has come up with its new smart phone LG Optimus iSol E730. This new mobile looks just like any touchscreen mobile, but the distinguishing feature is its large display. The front of the mobile is covered by its 3.8 inch Ultra AMOLED display, below which a small space is given for three touch...
Summary: • 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 & 3G network HSDPA 900/2100 • Light weight, dimensions 122.5 x 62.5 x 9.8 mm. Its petite built makes it easier to carry it around comfortably • CPU 1 GHz processor, Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset.
Summary: I think we’ve established by now that the LG Sol E730 isn’t that great a phone, as it seems on paper and it’s a crying shame really, as I was really hoping that it would be good. Well, at least it’s cheap, right? Not exactly.
Summary: Android smartphones are the rage these days and smartphone OEMs from all around the world are selling them like hot cakes. At least, that would hold true for Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone vendor.