LG C3300 Review - a Review of the LG C3300 Cell Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

While the LG C3300 may seem simple and almost average upon first glance, this is truly a luxurious cellular phone that has a variety of uses. On the outside, the C3300 has a sleek and slender oval shape. Primarily silver in tone, the color is nicely offset by a block of black that surrounds the 96 by 64 monochromatic STN type external display screen.

Measuring 47 by 91 by 24.7 millimeters and weighing 90.5 grams, the battery will last an astounding 200 hours on standby before needing to be recharged. The 40 polyphonic speaker can play 40 different notes simultaneously and will be heard loud and clear, even when buried at the bottom of a large designer purse.

The camera feature of the LG C3300 is hard to outmatch by other phones in a similar price range and features a four time digital zoom. Pictures can be increased in size without compromising the quality of the photo and the built in flash will ensure snapshots will be well lit, even when conditions aren't optimal.

Once the pictures are taken, they can be saved to the C3300's phone book and accessed later with a quick scroll through the menu. Otherwise, pictures can immediately be sent to both other similarly enabled cell phones or web based email addresses with a few keystrokes. The photo frame feature allows users to add funny or classic frames to the pictures, adding a personal touch that many other phones can't offer.

The ease of use of the LG C3300 is virtually unparalleled. A great starter phone for high school students or for seniors who don't want the fuss of dealing with media players and video cameras, the C3300 is an all around essential piece. Basically, this is a great phone for no nonsense people who want the basics along with a touch of elegance and technology.

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