The LG IQ, also named Monaco will be available before the end of year, it comes packed with a 3.2-inch WVGA touchscreen with 480 x 800 pixel resolution, a full 4-row slide out QWERTY keyboard, Windows Mobile 6.5 operation system, enhanced fingerprint security and more. LG Cell Phone Specifications
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Hahaha Aweesome Phone; iWonder iF this phone iS really qood, Cuz when iSeen it on commerical, iWanted 2 qet iT so BADLy, So iF anyone Has this phone, Please tell me iF iT’s GOOD ! xD
yes i have this phone and i gotta say iphone can burn in hell, love the features on it, takes awhile to get used to the buttons but in the end, i wouldn’t trade it for the world, sucks though 8 hour battery life, i’m sure though there’s probably a battery you can buy that will last longer.
I just got the phone but when I take a photo and attach it to a contact, the picture looks compressed in the contact favorites. Does anyone know how to fix this?
I’ve had this phone for just a day and even though I love it I do have to say that the software right out of the box, void of extra apps is glitchy. Yea it works well and the bugs aren’t deal breakers, but the idiot that tested the phone before releasing it missed a small handfull of quirks, but quite honestly all of the ones that I found in under 6 hours are things that can be worked around because Windows Mobile platforms tends to have more than one way to get at a setting or changing an attribute. Anyhow, apart from that it is very fast, 1 GHZ . . . screaming by today’s standards and the 5MP camera is exceptional in cloudy to sunny conditions. It also has a flash so that helps for indoor close shots too. The screen is really, really bright but is best navigated with the tip of a finger nail or that little stylus that hangs off of a lanyar attached to the phone. The finger print security doesn’t exist as far as I know, but then again maybe there is an app out there, it’s a finger swipe bar. The volume is great on the speakers and yup it does like to chew through the battery but I’ve been working it heavily just to figure it all out so I can’t really judge on it’s battery life. The phone is small in comparison to my previous phone – Palm Treo 750. I’ve been running with Windows for about 10 years now so the navigation is very similar to Win5 if you don’t use the LGIdles or Windows Default on the Today screen setup(just a tip for those guys who like it the same old way). I use my phone for Mobile invoicing so Windows was the only platform that I could find that I could continue to print invoices from my Smart phone straight to my Pixma ip90 (100) printer. Anyhow, I think that if you do a couple hundred words of data entry a day then a slide out QWERTY keyboard is necessary for your sanity. The internet is Quick on WiFi or the HSPA network. There are a couple of old games in there as well as the full Office Mobile and Adobe viewers and all the stuff that you are used to if you’ve used the older Win platforms. There as also a few newer apps that are built in . . . though I don’t see the Sprite Backup software so I guess I’m putting $29 towards that right away. The App store looks fairly easy to navigate, but it’s really just in it’s infancy so the number of apps or the quality of the best apps aren’t comparible to the Apple apps, but that’s expected, there are tons of free ones though. There are some nice GPS Apps available which is good because none were included with the phone even though there are at least 2 calculator apps in the shipped phone. The Multitasking feature is great, though I have yet to take a call and work on a spreadsheet simultaneously. The screen size is really sweet, though physically it could be bigger and still be a pocket gadget 3.2 inch is fine but what junky thought of these stock selected backgrounds that clash with the text to the point of unreadability? The way Windows is driving itself into the ground we may never see it around for a Win 7 release. I swear, I did try to join the app building craze, but Windows made the hoops too impossible to get through for the little guy with only a few years of programming experience. The phone has alot of buttons around the parimeter (5) and they tend to need to be considered when you hold it in your hand or you could end up taking pictures or turning your volume up or whatever while you are trying to answer the thing. But still all in all I like it and would only suggest it to a guy who needs a business tool.