LG KG800 Chocolate

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LG Chocolate Phone Information
LG Chocolate Spec
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LG Chocolate Phone Information

The LG Chocolate is a smart looking and well desinged phone from LG. The LG Chocolate weighs just 83g and has a 176 x 220 pixel display, Bluetooth, 128Mb of internal memory, a 1.3 megapixel camera plus an MP3 player.

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LG Chocolate Spec

Available:

Out Now

Network:

Tri Band GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

240 x 400 pixels

Camera:

1.3 megapixels

Audio:

MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC++, WMA (9 band graphic equalizer with 6 sound effects to choose from - General, Classic, Jazz, Pop, Rock and Bass)

Size:

95 x 48 x 15mm and 83g

Memory:

Phonebook : 1000
Internal(MB) : 128Mb

Bluetooth:

Yes

Infra-red:

Yes

Polyphonic:

Yes

Software:

Java (J2ME) Yes ,MIDP 2.0
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Proprietary
Browser HTML
Predictive Text Entry T9
PIM Application Alarm Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Unit converter, To-do list, World time, Memo

Battery life:

3.5 hours talk and 8 days standby

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Reviews


Review by: Izzy From: England On: 5th Sept 2007
WASTE-OF-MONEY. THREE WORDS. I HATE THIS PHONE! HAD SO MANY PROBLEMS WITH IT AND NLY HAD IT FOR ABOUT 2MNTH, COST ME ALOT AND DDNT EVEN GET FIXED!
Rating: 1/5

Review by: Mrs Harding From: England On: 9th May 2007
There may be hundreds of reviews you may have read on this phone. for example "predictive text is s**t" and this never gives you the true qualities of the phone. First of all, if you text real words instead of nxt or hllo etc. you won't have a problem with the predictive, but you can still go back to normal. the only problem is in order to start a new text. its quicker to go back to the main menu and open a new one. deleting text from a message will take some time.


As for the camera. Normally a 2 or 3 megapixel camera will be the standard today, but this 1.3 camera does the trick well and if you're not bothered on the camera, even better.


the touch sensitive controls may be a bit frustrating to get used to from the start, but will become easy to use after.


a drawback of this phone, if you consider it a drawback, is that the internal memory is only small at around 128mb (not too sure on size, look it up if you want to know) so storing music files may be a bad thing if you want a music phone (but isn't that what mp3 players are for??)


the phone comes with a set of standard games, which is ok if you're not interested in them.


I'd say i've had this phone for at least a year now and i can honestly say i haven't had any problems with it. (although fingerprints on your phone will be something you'll have to get used to, which is why they give you a case and a screen cleaner to make sure it's sparkly clean)


if you're a bit clumsy at times, i say avoid this phone as it WILL chip easily.


Overall if you want a phone that doesn't over-complicate things with a hundred features and menus just to find your contacts(because a mobile phone is intended to CALL people, not to hear your latest tunes blaring out whilst walking down the street annoying everyone in your path), you've found the right one. At the price it's at now, it's a bargain.


BUT: if you're the kind of person who wants the latest features in everything, i'd say look elsewhere, because this is a phone that calls people.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: D.Rycroft From: England On: 5th Feb 2007
I wanted the LG Chocolate phone for ages and after several battles with my operator I managed to upgrade to this phone and I kind of wished I hadn't now! It looks really great, but within a few minutes it got me quite frustrated. My major issue is how slow it is when texting. If you're a supreme texter and can type very fast, it just wont keep up with you. Also, it doesn't automatically capitalise letters after a full stop - something that really annoys me. You can obviously change it to capitals, but it takes so long to get back to the predicitive function again that I never bother! I've not had an MP3 player on a phone before, but it doesn't seem to hold many tracks. The ringtones are all quite annoying and if you use an MP3 track its not very loud. Also, I've noticed the battery doesn't last as long as my old Nokia. Overall, I like the look of it but it frustrates me quite a lot!
Rating: 2/5

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