LG Optimus Slider
LG Optimus Slider Review:
The only thing impressive about LG Optimus Slider is its superb design and shape that makes it clearly stand above many. Style can be dubbed as its second name. However, the features of this beautiful phone are just about average; nothing stunning and nothing downtrodden. The guess is that it has been designed to target the people with midrange income. The LG Optimus Slider does not support GSM connectivity and will be mostly available from telecom service providers.
Display and Design
On the face of it, the mobile has a 3.2inches TFT touch screen, accelerometer and multi touch sensors and a full QWERTY keyboard lies just below it which can slide in and out.
Processing Unit and Connectivity Section
The connectivity options are limited to CDMA, 3G and WLAN and the processing is also low as compared to most of the mobile phones that are being launched now a days. This mobile phone churns a maximum processing speed of 800 MHZ processor and runs on the Android v2.3 Gingerbread operating system with 512 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM.
Camera and Storage Capacity
This mobile may be a mid of the line mobile phone but for average users it definitely is an all in one thing. The camera is a simple 3.2MP with video recording support and to make things simpler, the device relies primarily on external memory source through microSD slot that can support up to 32 GB.
Socialization, Entertainment and Battery Timing
The internet browser however is pretty sweet and to go with it, it also comes integrated with Google tools and a cute little picture viewer and editor in it. Although there is no radio in the device but you can keep yourself entertained with the built in java games that are in it along with a support for java applications. Battery timing of this device is definitely not worth much. Starting with about 4 hours of talk time, the battery life falls significantly in a few weeks time. Not good if you talk or travel a lot.