LG L1100 Specs



LG L1100 is global roaming GSM camera phone. It sports color display, built-in VGA camera, GPRS data, Infrared, J2ME, WAP browser, voice recording and voice-activated dialing. The L1150 model also adds 850 MHz support.

This device is also known as LG L1150

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Resolution: 160 x 128 pixels
Technology: TFT
Additional display: 64 pixels 96 x


Capacity: 950 mAh
Type: Li - Ion, User replaceable


Rear: Single camera
Main camera: 0.3 MP VGA
Dimensions: 3.39 x 1.73 x 1.02 inches (86 x 43 x 25 mm)
Weight: 3.35 oz (95.0 g)
Features: Numeric keypad, Soft keys


L1150 supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

Connectivity & Features

Other: Infrared

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved: Mar 12, 2004
FCC ID value: BEJL1100
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User Reviews

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A Great Phone at a very reasonable Price!
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I bought this phone today after doing ectensive research on other phones on the market. I had the option of purchasing the motorola c650, nokia 2650 and the Samsung D500. After asking people about these phones and how they worked I decided on taking a chance. I bought this phone and I am very impressed the screen is of better quality than my nokia 3660 and the speaker quality is better too. Wap seems to work faster as well. The call reception is also impressive as well. I am a teacher by trade so I use my phone alot so I will be interested in seeing how long the battery lasts. All and all I am impressed with the phone as a whole. It is easy to use (I have not opened the manual as of yet)looks very stylish and also is very small and jam packed with features. Now in South Africa getting mugged is something that we read about aften in the papers so I wanted a phone that could disappear in my trouser pants pocket this at least does. My nokia 3660 shows no matter what ya wearing and how baggy it is. All and all I am most impressed buy one today its worth every cent!!!

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Worst phone I've owned!
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I purchased this phone last September, and have had to replace it twice already. The phone isn't a bad design, and I really do like the display. My problem has been the quality of the phone itself. The faceplate came off the forst one I owned, as well as the current "replacement" (remanufactured) phone I have now. I have had the same issue as Tom (below) with all three L1150's I've had in my possession in that I get a voicemail notification, but the original call never rings through to the phone. I miss approx. 20% of my calls!!!! Sadly, AT&T/Cingular isn't any help with these issues. Their customer service gets a score of 1 as well. I will be switching at my earliest convenience! Looking for a nice phone! Look elsewhere! It's pretty with some great features, but it doesn't do any good if they don't work when you need them to....

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Tons of bugs
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This is an expensive phone if you bought it from AT&T Wirless, and AT&T Wireless has done crap to support it. Since the Cingular takeover many AT&T Wireless users have been getting "SOS Only" messages when the signal is still strong and AT&T is doing NOTHING to fix it except for forcing people to Cingular contracts. The OS is buggy and slow, and the built in memory fills up quickly if you use the voice recording or camera features. I have also had many problems with voice mail suddenly appearing when the phone never rang at all. The design is sleek and cool and the menus and camera are good quality, but it's all just pretty packaging.

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