LG Quantum smart phone Review
LG Electronics, the electronics division of South Korean giant LG and a major vendor for televisions and mobile phones has brought out the LG Quantum smart phone that is being powered by Windows Phone 7 operating system. Slowly but steadily, LG has been making its presence felt by bringing to the end user a multipurpose device with reasonable pricing. And the LG Quantum is no exception to this strategy.
At first looks, the LG Quantum looks like a bar type smart phone until the slider slips out from the rear. Its smooth and rounded dimensions make it fit in the hands a joy. The tough and therefore durable Quantum carries the dimensions of 4.7 inches X 2.34 inched X 0.6 inch and weighs around 6.21 Oz. The amazing 3.5 inches TFT display offers the resolution of WVGA 480 X 800 pixels. It supports the natural tone of various colors and offers a very clear vision of the smallest text but loses its attire in bright sunlight. The phone looks amazingly stylish when a QWERTY keyboard slides out gracefully. The keys are distinctly placed living no room for typo. On flipping over to the rear side, we can see the 5 MP camera with auto focus facility and LED flash. With this the images of 2592 X 1944 pixels are produced that gives accent ratio of 16:9 as well as feature the video clip of 720p. With LG Quantum in hand you can easily share these images and videos with your friends within a snap.
Towards the multimedia section we can find an inbuilt FM radio. LG Quantum is also efficient to play videos encoded with 3GP, H.264, MP4 and WMV. It as well supports the audio format of MP3, WMA, WAV, eAAC and many more. The Windows Phone 7 comes with loads of attributes and applications. For which is gets its power from 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 processor and has the RAM capacity of 256 MB. The phone is added with internal memory of 16 GB but unfortunately no extendable memory slot is available. Using such a magnificent power the applications are loaded within few seconds. Quantum is preloaded with DLNA application which allows the easy wireless transfer of images and videos to TV, computers, laptops etc that are compatible with DLNA application.
The Bluetooth 2.1 enabled LG Quantum with A2DP offers connectivity using Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n featured with DLNA application. Connectivity is also offered with EDGE, GPRS and 3G HSDPA. It is as well featured with the attribute of GPS antenna that is powered to serve as a navigator. LG Quantum can satisfy its power hunger with the Lithium ion battery possessing the power of 1500 mAh. The completely charged battery offers the talk time of 6 hours and can stay live till 14.6 days when left on standby mode.
With all its trendy looks and business features with all sorts of applications, this LG Quantum serves as an all in one package as the services are further enhanced with the association of AT & T. This unique package with the new age applications is a pretty good deal.