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New LG's Announced

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by Grizzld, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. Grizzld

    Grizzld Junior Member
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  2. Tony E!

    Tony E! Retired Mod
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    Thanks for the update, i wish LG would step up and release something a little more slick..
     
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  3. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    Yeah. Kyocera, LG and UT Starcom really need to step up their game if they want to compete with Nokia, Samsung, Sanyo and Motorola. I'm not saying they need to come out with super high-end luxury phones, I just think that they're not doing a very good job in the low- and mid-range areas. Motorola has shown that you can make an attractive, inexpensive phone and it's time that the other manufacurers pick up on that.

    There is no reason that a simply-designed, easy to use handset with good reception. It doen't have to have a camera, video, a large amount of storage or even Bluetooth (although I would really miss that.) It can't have any bizzare button configuations but the bigger buttons (and numbers on the buttons) the better.

    By the by, I'm about to get an LG AX4270 to replace my Nokia 6015i. We'll see how it goes... I'll probably get bored with it in a month and put the 6015i back on my Alltel account.

    The Nokia 6015i is almost a perfect example of what I am talking about. It has a sleek, simple design, the buttons are arranged normally and it gets great signal. My only complaint is that it has too many features. Just let me place and receive calls and send and receive SMS, maybe a calendar and alarm but that's it. I don't need wireless web on that phone.

    Anyway, I digress... sorry to threadjack there. I'll post more about the AX4270 when I get it.
     
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  4. zamboni77

    zamboni77 Supreme CadGuru
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    I think phone manuf. are sitting back and worrying about content then design and function of the phones. The razor was inovative, but gimmicky at the same time, IMHO.
     
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