LG L1100 Review - a Review of the LG L1100 Cellular Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

Unlike a lot of other cell phones that can be found on the market today, the LG L1100 is truly something that is unique. While many phones are squared off and rectangular in shape, the L1100 has almost a teardrop body that seems as though it was ergonomically designed to fit comfortably into the user's hand as he or she talks. A combination of a gunmetal and traditional silver hues, there is no chance that this phone will be mistaken for anyone's phone but the owner's.

While the phone is definitely curvaceous, it's anything but bulky. Weighing in at a mere 90.5 grams, it is 24.1 millimeters thick, 50.4 millimeters wide and 89.9 millimeters tall. That said, there are a ton of fantastic features that fit into this tiny package.

Take the two display screens, for example. The external display is a monochromatic one that is 96 by 64 pixels in size. To be sure, the caller identification, time and date information shown on it is easy to read from just about any angle. The internal screen on the LG L1100 shows 65,000 brilliant colors and is a TFT type that measures 128 by 160 pixels.

Because the phone also supports internet surfing as a result of the WAP 2.0 browser feature, the aforementioned display will be fully utilized by users. Plus, the battery will last up to 200 hours while on standby so owners can check up on stocks, weather and news to their heart's content without having to worry about hanging around a power outlet.

Finally, a built in camera, Multimedia Messaging Service and IrDA connectivity round out the awesome features that come standard with the LG L1100 cellular handset. Besides those, optional features include a travel adapter, convenient strap and portable hands free kit.

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