In the recent trend of touch screen smartphones, LG proves itself that with all the experience that it has gathered from the past, this vendor could still be a future threat for Apple, Samsung or any other cell phone manufacturers around the market. And the one called LG Optimus GT540 could be the proof of that statement. Okay, below I would like to share to you the whole thing about LG Optimus GT540 specs, so you will be sure whether to buy it or not.
The first thing that I want to talk about the LG Optimus GT540 specs is of course the first important thing that becomes the whole package of this phone itself, the design aspect.
There are many things that can be explored about the design of this phone, but the first thing to notice is that LG Optimus GT540 looks really fat. Thus, it makes it really feel bulky rather than compact in hand grasp.
However, by looking at the LG Optimus GT540 specs that being provided on this phone, then it’s really worth it to have such a fat smartphone like this in our hand. Besides, once you have a hold of this phone in your hands, it still feels really comfortable to hold and can even be operated with only one hand.
|LG Optimus GT540 SPECS|
At a glance, LG Optimus GT540 doesn’t look too identical with vast majority of touch screen smartphones around the market, especially in Android market. This phone has its own characteristic or identity compared to other competitors out there that mostly are designed in flat surface with square shape on each corner. I think the design of this phone could eventually make it stand out among the crowd.
And if you look closely at the bottom and top corner of it s body, there is a specific round or curve shape on each corner, which gives impression that this phone is definitely suitable for young modern users. However, the black case edition of this phone also makes it perfect to use for office workers. Not to mention, you can also get this phone in titanium silver, pink or white case cover if you don’t like the black edition.
To be honest, I really like the whole design of this phone. I truly like how LG takes the approach differently than other competitors when it comes to designing this phone. The most importantly, it doesn’t look like iPhone, which is great. Sony Ericsson is the other cell phone vendor that I also adore because its recent creations still have their own identities, not iPhone identity.
Anyway, if you turn this phone around to the back cover, you will be blown way once again by the design. Despite the fact that its back cover only uses plastic material, the material that covers the battery looks really classy and expensive. And if there is light refection on the back cover, you will see that it has been produced by the manufacturer in textured surface, which also makes it look fancy. Okay, now let’s go back to the front side again.
|LG Optimus GT540 Specs||Details|
|Features||Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate|
|Released Date||2010, June|
The most prominent thing on the front side of LG Optimus GT540 is definitely its 3.0 inch touch screen that dominates the entire side of front device. Based on the LG Optimus GT540 specs above, the screen of this phone can still be considered as good because with the support of 256K color display and the screen depth of 320 by 480 pixels, the user interface looks really clean and bright, especially when you use bright wallpaper on the back.
And surprisingly, despite the fact that the screen only uses TFT resistive touch screen, not capacitive, the performance that it delivers is amazingly smooth. And since LG Optimus GT540 is an Android smartphone, it makes it even better.
Interface and Functionality
LG Optimus GT540 is powered by 600MHz processor, which is lower than other mid-end smartphones out there that already support 1GHz processor. However, it doesn’t make this phone feel inferior at all, especially on the user interface. In fact, the user interface of this phone is one of many great things you can get.
As an Android device, LG Optimus GT540 deploys the standard Android User Interface, where you can add new widgets or shortcuts of apps on the given homescreen. Overall, the performance of its user interface is really satisfying for user. Sliding the screen to the left or right is really impressive and smooth. And dragging the top bar to open the setting window of this phone (e.g., WiFi, Bluetooth, etc) can also deliver such a fast performance.
Below the screen, there are also some standard or default virtual keys to navigate to some specific menus. It’s also great to see that this phone is also embedded with some other physical keys, which give you quick launch for specific functionality.
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