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LG GD510 Pop - Feature Table

By Edward Chester

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morsch

November 30, 2009, 6:04 pm

I can't imagine that battery test gives very accurate and comparable results. The number of bars on most phones I've seen has only a faint relation to the actual remaining battery life. (And from what I've heard, this is by design.) Even a full percentage isn't very accurate, since the conversion from the voltage level is not exact. A more accurate test would run until the battery gives out. Ideally, charge it fully and do each activity (calls, music, video, ...) until the battery is empty. I guess that's a bit much to ask, though.

Bayzid Hussain

November 30, 2009, 11:25 pm

£230? I've seen this mobile phone in both Phones4U and Car Phone Warehouse for £99!

Jay4d0

December 1, 2009, 12:09 am

It is a good looking phone but I have been told that the OS isn't very good at all I can't help think if LG had put android on it they would have a really good looking phone and a good OS at a very good price

Stelph

December 1, 2009, 4:25 pm

@Jay I agree, the size of this phone is exactly what I am looking for (the iPhone ect are just too big IMO for me to carry round all the time), I just wish that it had Android on it.





I really think that there is a market for a smaller Android phone than what is out there at the moment, rather than pushing 4" screens ect the manufacturers should think about bringing out something a bit smaller IMO

Alan Edwards47c

December 1, 2009, 5:51 pm

They're having a laugh if they want £230 for this - no WiFi or 3G??





Nokia 5530 - only slightly bigger, not 3G but does have WiFi, 640x360 touch screen and proper Symbian smartphone OS. Currently going for £99 unlocked (but you have to buy a pre-pay SIM and topup) in CPW.





Alan.

techperson

December 1, 2009, 6:57 pm

The stated price must be wrong. This phone is a slightly updated KP501 Cookie. A while ago TR reported that LG would start to use Android, starting (oddly) with the KS360. Wonder what happened to that?

Cara

May 3, 2010, 12:42 am

This is a good looking phone, but to be frank I've had many problems with it. It often freezes, once for three days. It's a pain if you phone somewhere where you need to use the number board, ie press 1 for this option type calls as you have to activate keyboard each time. Volume/silent options seem to have mind of their own too. My view is it's too fancy for it's own good and I'm glad I didn't pay anything for it quite frankly. On the positive side it looks good and games are quite fun.

Nyssa

July 12, 2010, 10:17 pm

What am i meant to do when my phone freezes up? is there anything i can do?? my phone has just started to do it and its very annoying

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