LG T565 Review
Here is a phone that tweens are going to dig – the LG T565. Known as the LG Cookie Friends in some countries, or as the LG Viper in others, (not to be confused with the LG Viper for Sprint) the T565 is a budget-friendly handset that offers a handful of social network connectivity features. As you might expect, it feels cheap and plasticky, although we find the combination of colors – black and red in our case, to our liking. It has well-exposed, clicky buttons and a relatively slim profile for its class.
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Given that the T565 is aimed at budget-conscious consumers, we can say that its 2.8-inch QVGA display gets the job done well. Colors look accurate enough and its viewing angles are satisfactory. Moreover, the touchscreen is of the capacitive kind and is sufficiently responsive.
Power key and 3.5mm jack (top)
Volume rocker (left)
microUSB port (bottom)
The sides of the LG T565
1. redmd posted on 19 Jan 2012, 08:14 1 0
LG should put android on it low end devices. It can be done like the Optimus ME?
2. Jyakotu posted on 20 Jan 2012, 22:54 1 0
I didn't know they still made feature phones anymore. The last feature phone I owned was an LG Prime before I switched to Sprint. I actually liked it for what it was.