LG GB270 review
LG seems to be determined to have a decent line-up in the simple inexpensive entry models. Being ergonomically designed LG GB270 is a blend of simplicity and sheer subtlety. Being a discrete model with no-nonsense details clubbed with improved functionality and user friendly interface, it mainly targets the huge low-income consumer base. It is yet to be seen how various handset manufacturers would roll up their sleeves in order to put up a stiff competition. Although the GB270 might lack various technological traits such as third generation HSDPA, Wi-fi etc it is a strong contender in entry-level models. It is available in various trims such as Black, Gray, Pink.
Sports a candy bar form factor and a 2 inch Thin Film transistor supporting 65k colors resulting in a vivid display of the interface.
Equipped with an internal memory of 12 MB with an upgradeable Micro Secure Dynamic slot up to 8 GB.
Connectivity supports second generation GSM and data transfer takes place through Global Packet Radio Service, Bluetooth (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and USB.
Features a 640×480 pixel camera coupled with an ability to capture video.
Dimensions size up to 108 x 47 x 12.7 mm and weighs 88.3 g. Standard Lithium-ion battery with a rated talk time of 5Hrs.