LG Pop GD510
The LG GD510 Pop is a well defined new LG phone with a strange name. Recently released to the general public the LG Pop offers countless functions that appeal to the consumer. With a stylish and classy outer casing, the phone is aesthetically pleasing as well as comfortable to hold and use for everyday tasks. It is more than just a phone it is a PIM as well.
The LG GD510 phone comes with a 3.15 mega pixel camera that operates at a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. The camera takes good quality images which can either be viewed on its large display screen or printed out for posterity. The camera also doubles up as a video camera allowing video recording and playback. This is a useful alternative to static images and is a popular choice. The LG Pop also comes with an internal memory of 48Mb, which can be expanded up to 16 Gb by using the microSD slot.
The LG Pop GD510 is an affordable touch screen mobile with bags of charm and loads of handy features. This stylish handset has a high quality brushed aluminium body and a bright 3 inch display, yet it so lightweight, at just 87 grams. The Pop is a great introduction to touch screen interfaces, as it is very simple to use – you just tap and swipe the touch screen to access your favourite applications.
The home screen is simply laid out and easy to navigate. Personalize your mobile with widgets to get updates on what’s important to you, whether that’s weather forecasts or calendar events.
There’s also a single menu, call/end key underneath the touch screen that glows green when you make a call and red when you hang up.
Apart from that, the Pop is just another midrange touchscreen. LG Pop is quite obviously keen to have its own purpose and personality. The optional battery cover fitting a solar panel and the all-round eco-friendliness are one way for it to stand on its own two feet as a phone.
- 3.0″ 256K-color TFT LCD touchscreen display (240×400 pixels)
- 3.15 megapixel fixed focus camera, QVGA video @ 15fps
- uad-band GSM support
- Bluetooth with A2DP and microUSB v2.0
- microSD card memory expansion
- Standard microUSB port
- FM radio with RDS
- Widget interface and LiveSquare homescreen
- Accelerometer sensor for automatic screen rotation and turn-to-mute
- Landscape on-screen QWERTY keyboard
- Office document viewer
- Smart dialing
- Nice battery life
- Optional solar panel battery cover
- Allegedly affordable price
- The other excellent addition is the native support for Facebook, Twitter and MySpace which is really going to work for the teens and early-20s market where this handset is aimed.
- Get online and update your status, check your emails or just browse the internet.
- An electronic diary.
- The ability to work with Windows-based PCs and/or Apple Mac computers.
- Offers a higher class of operating system for your mobile phone.
- Begin calling your friends without typing Able to run a wide range of software that has been written in the popular Java programming language. numbers; just say their name.
- USB capability allows you to charge your phone from your computer and, with WiFi, use as a modem.
- GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is a type of technology for connecting to mobile internet services. It was the first mobile data service that only charged you for the data being sent or received, not the amount of time you were online.
- WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is a special type of internet language for mobile phones. WAP browsers can display internet information that’s been designed to fit on your mobile’s screen.
- Connect to peripheral devices wirelessly or share media with friends.
- Internal Memory 16+ GB
- The maximum length of time you can talk on a phone (under ideal conditions) before the battery needs recharging.
- Usually known as ‘tri-band’ phones, these can connect to mobile networks in Europe and the USA. You’ll also need to make sure your UK network offers service in the place you’re visiting.
- Interact with your phone, with a swipe, tap and touch of your screen.
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