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LG MN180 Review

December 31st, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

LG has always been a chosen name to produce stylish handsets whether it may be the low budget phone or a handset loaded with full fledged features and applications. All its avatars reflect sophistication in their design. Similar is the story with LG’s MN180 handset model.  The sleek and light weighted handset reveals flip design of a clamshell. The dimensions of which are 94 mm X 47 mm X 18 mm and weighs around 3.24 Oz that is equivalent to 92 grams.

The new introduction of LG MN180 is flooded with a huge array of appealing attributes. Its main attraction is its dual screen display.  A small screen of one inch is embedded over the flip with which you can view the screen without opening it. This screen is just a basic purpose screen with the low resolution of 96 X 64 pixels. On opening the flap, you will see the bigger display measuring 2.0 inches that offers the good resolution of 1280 X 1024 pixels. MN180 supports CDMA 800, 1700/2100, 1900 network technology.

LG MN180 is additionally attributed with 1.3 MP camera that can click clear images as well as shoot videos with digital zoom technology. The music system supports MP3 and MP4 player. The incoming call emits polyphonic ringtone as well as MP3 based ringtone. The connectivity is facilitated with the use of Bluetooth technology. You can stay connected through WAP browser which also allows Emailing service and instant messaging. You can even entertain yourself by playing games as well.  Its hearing aid has M4 and T4 compatibility and the voice emission over speaker phone is loud and clear. The handset is furnished with 2.5 mm headphone connector and a Micro USB port that facilitates battery charging. The stylish handset is added with GPS antenna that serves as a navigator.

The MN180 version from LG is featured with the memory capacity of 36 MB. It supports SD card slot as well as SDHC card slot. The phonebook memory allows the storage of 1000 contacts with multiple numbers. The basic operations like alarm timer, calendar, calculator, stopwatch are the part of its offerings. LG provides the decent battery that accurately suits the standard of the phone. The MN180 is powered with the Lithium ion battery of 1000 mAh that offers the talk time of over 5 hours and the average time of 440 hours at standby mode.

The availability of LG MN180 in grey and black colors gives more sophisticated look. This innovation from LG in the form of MN180 is the best phone with loads of attributes and features to suit the needs of any age and any class of buyers.

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  1. Jason Key
    July 24th, 2011 at 15:01 | #1

    The phone is overall a decent piece of equipment UNLESS you actually want to understand what the person on the other end is saying. I’ve been using the phone since December 2010. It is now July 24 2010 and I have to say the earpiece sound quality is HORRIBLE. I can understand, on average, about 50-60% of the conversation. It doesn’t matter whether the caller is on a land line or a cellular connection or VOIP. The voice qulaity SUCKS!!!!! Have of my converstaion involves me saying, “What?” or “What was that again…?” or “I’m sorry, my phone sucks, would you mind sending me a text message of the conversation??” It’s UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

  2. Jason Key
    July 24th, 2011 at 15:02 | #2

    I meant to “Half of my conversation…” Oops.