LG KF310 Review
Here you can store up to 500 contacts, with 5 numbers for each, 2 e-mails, a picture (avatar or photograph), ringtone or a video, 2 addresses and groups. Looking through the list, if there are names with multiple numbers or emails, a line appears in the bottom of the screen, giving you the option to choose one.
The LG model continues to surprise us, after we figured out that it can search through the contacts by second name. In addition, when dialing a number, you can search for matches in the contacts (selected manually from the options).
In this menu, you will find Calendar, To-do, Notes, Secret notes and Search by date.
The Calendar can be viewed as a month or week. The second one appears as a daily schedule where you have the option to automatically set a day off. From the settings, you can also send your entire schedule and To-dos to another device via Bluetooth or to backup the info, if you have a microSD card in place.
The To-Do notes can only have a set date, a short text, and priority. The notes are intended for larger texts, but they are limited to 1000 symbols.
The secret notes share a password and no one will even see their titles unless they enter the correct code.
In the Tools menu, you’ll find the Quick menu, Alarms, Calculator, Timer, Unit converter and World clock. Using the first one, you can add up to 10 shortcuts of your choice, including almost all options offered by the phone.
The rest of the functions are standard for the organizer and nothing will surprise you.
Unfortunately, the phone doesn’t offer voice commands, which is not such a big drawback.
If you think that the 75 MB built-in memory is not enough, there is a microSD expansion slot.
1. JeaLouS_B (unregistered)
So I get that the target for this, and many recent, reviews are obviously the average joe. Regardless of who the target audience of the device the 'PA Phone Rating' is always based on how well the general user would like it. In my personal opinion, this is a bad way of rating the phones. Because based on this rating the staff of PA would be using the LG KF310 over their Iphones (which scored a 8.8). The reality is that the phone performs execptional for the audience it was made for, but not so for a high tech junkie. Which is why I must ask why would a site create a rating system that rates a product on its capabilities individually and disregard it to give a general opinion of how they felt about? Curious, yeah?
Yeah,, always found choosing a phone to be more of a personal decision... not based on a rating.
3. PhoneArena Team (Posts: 238; Member since: 27 Jun 2006)
The rating is based on the class the phone is targeted for. An entry-level with lots of options = good phone. A high-end phone with mediocre features and user experience = not so good phone.
5. Marabus (unregistered)
can someone explain how to install games on thish phone? thank you