Summary: In a word, the LG Remarq is simple. It’s features are basic, but they perform well. The keyboard itself is outstanding. Though the camera isn’t the best and the location presented a problem, it’s still usable. However, Sprint also has other eco-friendly options that may be a better.
Conclusion: If you like vertical slider QWERTY phones and dig this type of design, the LG Remarq is actually a pretty cool looking phone. It doesn’t look like a phone born from recycled materials, but it does possess plenty of eco-friendly qualities.
Excerpt: LG Remarq LN240 Release Date - May 9, 2010 Looking to capitalize on Sprint’s recent green accolades, LG is preparing the Remarq LN240 for the carrier. The LG Remarq LN240 follows on the heels of the successful Samsung Reclaim , but does it follow too closely?
Pros: Materials are 87% recyclable, Keyboard is nice to use
Cons: Materials are sub-par, No GPS or 3G, Poor media player