LG C2200 Review - a Review of the LG C2200 Cellular Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

Rounded towards the bottom and squared off at the top with a spunky external antenna, the LG C2200 is definitely a phone that stands out in a crowd. The external monochromatic STN type display screen measures 96 by 94 pixels in size is backlit in a cool blue hue and is surrounded by a circle of silver tone that really gives the C2200 a unique and stylish feel. The silver circle is then enclosed in a blueish black color that really allows the light of the screen to pop out of the phone.

Besides having an ultra cool exterior, the inside of the LG C2200 cellular phone is feature rich and gives the owner an instant feeling of high tech luxury. To start, the internal liquid crystal display shows 65,000 different colors and is a TFT type that measures 128 by 160 pixels. This screen is excellent for viewing all of the high resolution photos that can be taken with the digital camera. Even when the user zooms in on the photo with the up to four time digital zoom feature, details are shown clearly.

The C2200 also is compatible with Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) that enables the owner to send photos to other similarly capable phones with the touch of a few buttons. WAP 2.0 technology also leaves the option open for those who prefer to email their pictures to friends and family.

Besides just sending photos through email, C2200 owners can also browse the internet at ridiculously fast speeds. Never again will a stock trading opportunity be missed, and no matter where users go they'll always be prepared with weather reports. As an added bonus, the battery life of the LG C2200 handset is fantastic. Since it will last up to 200 hours on standby and 2.5 hours while being continuously used.

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