LG PM-225 review
One of the first things to catch my eye was the front display. It measures 96 x 64 pixels with vibrant colors. It is very clear and bright. It simply looked great! This brought excitement to open the phone to see how awesome the main screen would be! When you use the outside screen to use the view finder for the camera, it is extremely clear. Simply put, the front screen is impressive.
With the excitement from the front display, I eagerly opened the phone to look at the 128 x 160 screen. I turned the phone on and was greatly disappointed! The screen is big and bright enough, but it is not very crisp. This is not good when you download a game and it looks terrible!
The menus are very user-friendly and can be navigated with ease. Scrolling through the menus can be tedious, due to the slow scrolling. If you press the button many times, the phone will slowly scroll through the menu. The phone attempts to catch up with the user's clicks. It has a small lag to it.
The first option on the menu is the call history. You are able to view all of your outgoing, incoming, and missed calls.
1. pcberdwin (unregistered)
I've had this phone for over a year now and it's been an OK phone but certainly not the best. UI speed - medium; not super but not bad. design - it's a smaller phone and fits well in pockets etc. sound - I don't notice anything bad about the sound; it's OK. battery - lasts maybe 2 days idle power without losing bars. features - good for mid-range phone, camera isn't terreffic. easy to use, price was ok? can't remember. I used a data cable I got off ebay and was able to use my own ringtones and wallpapers without having to buy any or using a web uploader. custom ringtones however don't loop seamlessly, there's about a 1 second pause. I noticed a bug that started happening where when I replied to a txt from someone who had a phonebook entry the phone for some reason added an extra number onto their number causing me to have to change it OR send a message to a bogus number. o_O it's an okay phone I guess for someone who doesn't want something to really complain about.