The phone runs very stable and is fast without any lag when navigating through the menus. That’s characteristic for Samsung’s models and they get our praise for that.

The sound quality during a talk is relatively good. The voices in the receiver are heard somewhat quiet and monotonous, but real. On the other end they will most likely have to turn the volume down a bit, because of the loud, sharp sound. The loudspeaker cannot be used since it is very noisy and it’s hard to understand in both directions.

According to the official data, the phone should last 5 hours of talking or 8 days in standby, which are decent indications for a device from this class.


Samsung L770 is a very good mid-level. It has an attractive design, it’s user-friendly and all functions perform satisfactory. This puts it ahead from phones like LG KF310 and Samsung M620, which despite having similar capabilities, are equipped with lower quality cameras and displays. L770 is a rival of Sony Ericsson G502 in the class of the multifunctional budget phones. The fact that the browser and the e-mail functions are not optimized, is compensated for by the more beautiful design and the user-friendly buttons.


  • Attractive appearance
  • Interface and functions similar to the high-class phones
  • HSDPA 3.6 Mbit/s support


  • No shortcuts to the browser functions
  • Not suitable for video playback

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