Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus Sol / E730 / Victor
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LG Optimus Sol E730 Review
24 May 2012
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. The Optimus Sol E730 is priced at Rs.18,050, which is exactly the same as the Sony Ericsson Neo V , which as we’ve established already, is a much better handset.
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 delivers. Besides, we are quite pleased with the way its slim, lightweight body feels in the hand, and with the above average in-call audio quality.
Pros: Eye-catching display, Good in-call sound quality, Slim and lightweight