LG U8200 Review - a Review of the LG U8200 Cellular Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

Recently, LG has been making a lot of technological advancements that many of the other cell phone manufacturers just haven't been able to catch up on. A classic example of this is the real time face to face communication feature that can be found on the LG U8200. With this, users can speak to others, almost like in a teleconference, as long as the other party has a similarly enabled cell phone.

Besides the face to face technology, the U8200 is an all around cool phone to own. With a black and silver tone exterior, this phone is as stylish as it is practical and manages to put the fun back into functional. For example, because of the WAP 2.0 technology users can download games to their heart's content. The external memory option ensures that there will be plenty of room for all of the bells and whistles that owners decide to carry on their phone.

Additionally, the U8200 has a powerful 1.3 megapixel digital camera that also takes video. The 180 degree rotating lens will snap shots at virtually any angle while the flash helps to make pictures as bright as possible when the conditions are dark and dreary. When pictures aren't enough to keep the owner occupied they can rely on the MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player to cure even the worst case of boredom.

The LG U8200's two displays, one internal and one external, are both full color. More practical features include voice memo, organizer, PC synchronization, photo editor and an alarm. The standard lithion ion battery lasts a ridiculously long time, so users don't have to worry about lugging around a charger wherever they travel. All things considered, this is a great phone for everyone, from a soccer mom to a stylish sycophant.

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