LG Muziq ReviewLG Muziq 6.9
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We are happy with the performance of the Muziq. The overall reception was very good. While audio became muddled in fringe areas, it held onto a signal longer than other Sprint phones tested.
The Sound quality on the Muziq was also great, and callers sounded loud and clear. Callers reported that we sounded good, and as long as we were in a good reception area the sound was comparable to a landline.
The battery is rated at 4 hours (240 minutes) of talk time, but in our testing we fell 20 minutes short. Even at 220 minutes the Muziq performs admirably for such a feature packed, thin phone.
Overall the Muziq is a worthy successor to the Fusic. All the main features were there, and even though there were no major hardware or software upgrades the phone is a solid all around performer. The multimedia functions will appeal to tech junkies and the younger crowd, while the refined styling, above average battery life and fantastic email client will draw in older users.
- Robust feature set
- Above average reception and battery life
- Excellent email client
- Support for 4GB microSD card
- Solid construction
- Native media player stripped
- Thin, but large
- No major upgrades from the Fusic
LG Muziq Review - Performance and Conclusion