LG KF510 Review
Writing a message is done via the keyboard and in combination with the T9 text predictive input, it is fast and easy. In the menu, you can choose between an SMS, e-mail or Bluetooth messages. The phone unites the messages from its own memory with those, from the SIM card. An interesting option available is the ability to send a Bluetooth messages. Using it, you are able to send text to the close by devices, employing the same wireless technology. This really is a quite interesting and free way to flirt in a bar or a club, for example.
The phone offers support for POP3/IMAP mail, but sadly, there is no option for automatic configuration, like in some phones and you’ll have to do it manually. The automatic mail check is on at all times and you can only set the intervals at which it is executed – one, three, or six hours. There also is an option to add an electronic signature.
The tri-band GSM LG KF510 is offered not only in two color schemes, but in two frequency variants – one for Europe and Asia (900/1800/1900 MHz) and one for the U.S. (850/1800/1900 MHz). We are disappointed that there is no 3G support, but only GPRS/EDGE, which offers speeds, considered low for the modern standards.
LG has entered into an agreement with another big search engine – Yahoo. That’s why we have the Yahoo! option in the browser. It offers you four more sub-options, which are Yahoo! oneSearch, Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! Messenger, and Yahoo! Address Book.
Using those applications is heavily limited by the slow Internet and the low quality browser. As soon as it faces a heavier site (like PhoneArena.com), it gives up, stating „Content Too Large!”. Overall, KF510 has not been designed for surfing the Internet.
1. mann ahuja (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0 0
is ch eh prob hai k asi koi dusre mob to 50 images send karde hai ta us nu yer bar bar krna painda hia te je asi send krna hove ta ik ik kar k hondi hai select d option nai aundi
2. mann ahuja (unregistered) posted on 08 Dec 2008, 12:14 0 0
ik gal hor isdi tune select karo ta eh khali default tune h chaldi hai ; is d switch ehne kamjor ne k apn ap h crack ho jande ne exp switch off/on
3. Mujdat (unregistered) posted on 25 Aug 2011, 15:30 0 0
This is the worst phone I have ever used. The reason why I bought it was quite simple; it has a low SAR value. It gives the SIM CARD ERROR almost all the time. Said in another way, its SAR value is not even as high as it is measured, it is simply 0, since it does not work! LG is not even aware of the problem. Shame on LG.