Tuesday, 6 October 2009

The LG GT505 combines numerous features into a well defined handset

The LG GT505 is a handset with style written all over it. The unit is endowed with a huge variety of functions whilst ensuring that they are all simple to locate and user friendly to use. The large display screen is powerful and emphatic in its ability to display outstanding imagery. This combines with fast internet access ensures the phones popularity. The unit measures 107 mm x 54 mm by 11 mm wide. The handset weighs 98 grams.

The handset comes with a large 5 mega pixel camera which operates at 2592 x 1944 pixels. The camera also provides several additional tools to help take photos, this includes autofocus, LED flash and Geo-tagging. The ability to record video and
subsequently playback through the display screen is an element that has been
increasing in popularity, and this phone also offers that option.

The phones front face is taken up by a large 3.0 inch TFT touch screen which displays 256,000 colours at a size of 240 x 400 pixels. The imagery is excellent quality with vivid colours and clarity of picture second to none. The LG GT505 uses the S class touch user interface which is intuitive and responsive. Whilst an accelerometer sensor provides the means to auto rotate images to their correct aspect.

Internet access is provided by the HSDPA and Wi-Fi connections which offer web browsing through either its own connection or through nationally available hot spots. GPRS, EDGE, Blue tooth, USB and HSCSD provide a multitude of additional connection options which ensures there is always some way to connect to devices and perform a variety of tasks. GPS using Wisepilot is provided on the phone.

Entertainment is provided by the MP3/MP4 player and stereo FM radio. The player will play the majority of different audio and video formats, whilst the radio offers alternative means of auditory entertainment. The phones additional features include
an organiser, document viewer and voice memo functions.

The GT505 looks like a sat nav unit. It would be easy to mistake it for one. The phone however is much more than that. It offers cost effective functionality within a classy lookingcasing. It's comfortable to hold and use and is responsive in
every way.

Author: Alan Reed

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