LG B2000 Review - a Review of the LG B2000 Celluar Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

While the LG B2000 may look like a typical candy bar style phone, consumers can rest assured that this cellular is anything but ordinary. Because this phone has an internal antenna and no flip or hinge, it is extremely portable and can be carried in a purse, pocket or clutch with ease. With the key lock feature, users never have to worry about accidentally making phone calls while out moving about around town.

The most unique feature of the LG B2000 cellular phone is, by far, the built in FM radio. Lots of phones on the market today boast MP3 players, but what manufacturers rarely admit is that all of those music and video files take up a ridiculous amount of memory. In fact, often times phones get overloaded with these media files and don't have enough internal memory to support necessities like photos and phone book entries.

With the FM transmitter, however, favorite music channels can be accessed and listened to without having to worry about losing memory. The tri band supports GSM 900/1800/1900 frequency, and the phone actually dances to the music with its rhythmic keypad light and vibration. As an added bonus, the phone comes with a stereophonic headset kit that enables users to listen to their favorite songs with superb sound quality.

The LG B2000 also as a high quality 65,000 color liquid crystal display screen that offers strikingly clear images. Measuring 128 by 128 pixels, the screen literally dominates the phone and offers easy viewing while scrolling through the myriad of menu features. Also, as a GPRS class 10 phone with WAP 2.0 technology, users will enjoy surfing the internet at a high rate of speed. As a result, games, ringtones and wallpapers are downloaded at very fast pace.

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