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LG Xenon GR500
4.8 out of 10

LG Xenon GR500

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Overall 8

LG Xenon GR500 (AT&T)

PC Magazine
18 May 2009
  • Conclusion: It's tough to fault the LG Xenon, a powerful slider phone that can handle media tasks with aplomb.
  • Pros: Solid call quality. Good music and video playback. Compact for a QWERTY slider.
  • Cons: Non-standard headphone jack. Bland UI needs a little work in spots.
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Overall 5

LG Xenon

16 April 2009
  • Conclusion: The LG Xenon manages to fit a touch screen and large, side-sliding QWERTY keyboard into a small and fairly slim package. It's budget-priced yet well made and rich with features like HSDPA, stereo Bluetooth, GPS, music and video playback.
  • Pros: Compact, good keyboard.
  • Cons: 3G reception not strong.
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Exclusive Mini-Review: LG Xenon

28 March 2009
  • Excerpt: We got our hands on LG Xenon today and boy is this thing clean. Hit the jump for more! To start off, the phone has a resistive touchscreen with slide out QWERTY keyboard for typing. It’s packing a 2 Megapixel camera with dedicated camera button.
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Overall 8

LG Xenon

14 July 2009
  • Summary: Matching a touchscreen with a full-QWERTY keyboard at this price point is fantastic. Anyone looking to make their cyber-life mobile should check out the Xenon.
  • Pros: Touchscreen navigation, Good keyboard, if tiny keys, Decent web browser
  • Cons: No 3.5mm headphone socket, No memory card included
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Overall 7

This Telstra-exclusive 3G phone offers a full QWERTY keyboard and targets younger users

Good Gear Guide.au
12 May 2009
  • Summary: LG's Xenon isn't a bad little phone, but its design is a little underwhelming and we would have liked native applications for social-networking sites. On the current Telstra plan it's hard to see any value in this device, especially considering the target market.
  • Pros: QWERTY keyboard, shortcut keys, responsive and well-designed interface, shortcuts and widget home screens
  • Cons: Design is a little underwhelming, slider wiggles when opened, excessive and unalterable Telstra customisation, no 3.5mm headphone jack, no social-networking apps, poor value Telstra plans
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