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Performance and Conclusion:

Aside from being great for music, a nice cell phone should be able to provide decent in-call quality. Sadly, this is not the case with the LG GM310, because voices sound sharp and unreal. People we talked to said they could hear us well, but we are so not buying a cell phone just because it delivers good in-call quality on the other end of the line. According to the manufacturer, the battery should be able to provide no less but the astonishing 60 hrs of continuous audio listening (through a headset) and 3.6 hrs of talk time.

All told, the LG GM310 is a decent phone when it comes to listening to music; audio is great through a decent pair of headphones, the device is equipped with 3.5mm jack, robust battery and handy music player. All its strengths, however, cannot make up for the discomforting controls, bad in-call quality, mediocre camera and FM Radio that lacks RDS. We think you will be better off opting for any of its rivals, the Sony Ericsson W595 and W395, Samsung BEATs and F400 as well as the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic. They are at par or better than the LG GM310, so it´s probably their design that will prove to be the decisive factor.

LG GM310 Video Review:


  • Very good audio playback quality
  • Handy music player equipped with nice functions
  • Robust battery, at least when it comes to music


  • Unhandy navigational buttons
  • Camera is below par
  • Radio without RDS
  • Bad in-call quality

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