LG F7250t Review - a Review of the LG F7250t Mobile Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

Upon first glance, it's easy to see that that LG F7250T isn't just a regular phone. The design looks like something out of a spaceship, which isn't as geeky as it sounds. In fact, the design, almost like a squared off teardrop, is unique, cool and intriguing all at once. The large external display (more on that later) is surrounded by a black shell which is framed with a grey, almost titanium, color.

The LG F7250T's display is truly something to behold. Showing 65,000 colors (who even knew there were that many colors in the spectrum?), it's a TFT type screen and measures 128 by 160 pixels. This display will prove itself useful when browsing the web, courtesy of WAP 2.0 technology.

Because of the internet connection, users can check their web based email without the hassle of lugging around a laptop computer. Other neat options the browser opens up is easy access to games, stock information, ringtones and more. Literally, when one has the F7250T around he or she is never left out of the loop.

The F7250T is also one of the first phones in the LG line to include the new Talk Now technology. This makes the phone comparable to a walkie talkie, but better. Now, users can talk to several friends at once with just the touch of a button. All they have to do is create a buddy list, locate friends on it (the buddy list automatically indicates, in real time, who is available for messaging or talking), press a button and talk away. As an added bonus, this feature only allows one person at a time to talk, so there's no worry of interruption.

Similarly, there's an instant conference call function that makes talking as easy as pressing the dedicated Hot Key button. For those who prefer to talk while multitasking, audio can be heard over the LG F7250T's BlueTooth ear piece or built in loudspeaker.

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