LG GT 540 Optimus Review Part 1
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The LG GT540 smartphone is the latest handheld device that I managed to tackle in showing me all of its secrets.
The model is labeled by many as the true successor of the LG GT620 and this terminal is the second LG smartphone that is equipped with the Android operating system. It also comes with multiple functions and multimedia orientation. It’s a phone with special attention offered to design and processing power and the market that is aimed at is represented by users who want to experience an in depth notion of smartphone.
The key features and advantages that will make this model a best seller have deep roots in the Bluetooth technology that allows wireless data transmission between compatible devices and also in other essential key points that LG identified as needs of the consumer. The ability to send and receive emails or surf the internet wherever you are and the fact that you can enjoy an attractive design with metal accents and the virtual sliding keyboard means that you have accessibility at your fingertips.
When you say Android applications do you ever think of the fact that the Android Market offers access to over 20,000 applications, from which most are free? You can download and customize your phone with applications specially designed for social networking and news feeds and get rid of boredom with funny applications and games that will keep you busy for hours!
The design of the GT540 terminal is futuristic and this is very noticeable since the finish features soft curved edges and metal. At the top we find a universal 3.5 mm audio jack, and on the sides you can access the camera shutter button, the micro USB port and press very quickly the Search button. The GT540 is a compact phone, which is actually quite handy when used.
In which regards the 3D interface that was designed in Flash especially for phones without touchscreen by the LG developer team means that standard applications such as calendar, alarm and notes are presented with very intuitive well-organized menus. The memory keeps the last 50 dialed numbers or entries and the headset provided with the phone will be very useful for those who wish to listen to radio or music on the phone without being bothered. The integrated radio has a function at least interesting that allows audio recording directly to the phone and as the GT540 is compatible with multiple audio formats, which include MP3 and eAAC +, you will have plenty of experiencing to do.
Follow me in the second part of the review to see what other treats this phone has to offer.
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