LG Viper 4G LTE (video review)

The LG snake 4G LTE is Sprint\’s initial LTE smartphone, and therefore the Galaxy Nexus and HTC EVO 4G LTE presently followed to pull together the high finish. The one issue missing for now\’s a Sprint LTE network, however Sprint says they will remove darkness from their initial half-dozen cities in mid-2012 and canopy over one hundred million of us by year\’s finish. within the meanwhile, you\’ve smart previous 3G EV-DO Rev. A and LAN for your knowledge desires.

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The LG snake is that the most reasonable within the pack, and it sells for $99 with contract. additionally you get free Dropbox cloud storage and a Google case credit in your account. As you\’d guess, the snake could be a mid-tier phone, however it\’s a number of nice perks like NFC with Google case and a 700 nit brightness IPS show that appears terribly sharp and colourful. The 4\”, 800 x 480 show isn\’t high resolution, however it is a smart match for the screen size. The phone runs automaton a pair of.3 Gingerbread– sorry, no ICS here.

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The LG runs on a one.2GHz twin core Qualcomm S3 mainframe with a gig of RAM and simply a whit of internal storage (1.4 gigs). Sprint includes a four gig microSD card. The phone has LAN 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth three.0 and a GPS that works with Google Maps, Sprint Navigation and different solutions. it\’s a front VGA camera and a rear 5MP camera that is really pretty tight and it will shoot 1080p video.

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The phone could be a silver plastic chunky monkey. LG will build a pretty phone, however this is not one in all them. it\’s somewhat dated because of the silver plastics and thickness. The phone incorporates a 1700 mAh battery and that we managed a not terribly spectacular four.3 hours of speak time on 1x/3G (LTE is turned off by default and that we left it that method for our battery tests).

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Specs:

Display: 4″ capacitive multi-touch show. Resolution: 800 x 480, facilitates both symbol and scenery ways via accelerometer. Has an normal light indicator.

Battery: Lithium Ion standard rechargeable. Battery power is user exchangeable. 1700 mAh. Stated talk time: 7 hours.

Performance: 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 CPU. 1 gig RAM, 4 jobs inner storage.

Size: 4.59 x 2.44 x 0.46 inches wide. Weight: 5 oz..

Phone: CDMA double group electronic 800/1900MHz. 3rd generation EV_DO Rev. A the 4G LTE.

Camera: VGA front digital camera and back 5mp digital camera with LED display.

Audio: Designed in presenter, mic and 3.5mm conventional songs headset slot.

Networking: Incorporated WiFi 802.11b/g/n, NFC with Google Pockets and Wireless.

Software: Android operating program OS 2.3 Gingerbread.

Expansion: 1 SDHC microSD card port.

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Pantech Flex

The Pantech Bend is a lot of cellphone for just $49.99 on agreement with ATT. Soon to be signed up with by the in the same way cost LG Escape; the Bend offers some reasonably high end functions like a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU (the same as that used on the Universe S III and HTC One X, 4G LTE and a High definition 4.3″ Particularly AMOLED display.It’s a thin and excellent looking cellphone, and doesn’t have that large price range look of past Pantech designs in this price range range.

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The smart cellphone operates Android operating system OS 4.0.4 Ice Lotion Food, and we wouldn’t bet on significant OS improvements given the cost. It has a somewhat personalized UI based on conventional Android operating system and a second newbie-friendly UI with large symbols and a single page desltop (you can change easily between these two UIs). The more conventional UI is attractive overall, but the simple UI doesn’t always accomplish its objective.

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The Pantech Bend has a detachable 1830 mAh Lithium Ion battery power and a small SIM port and it has a microSD card port. The cellphone has 8 jobs of inner storage space and a gig of RAM. Other functions include double group WiFi, Wireless, a GPS and a front movie talk photographic camera. The back 8MP photographic camera takes amazingly reasonable images and 1080p movie. It has an LED show and an HDR option. Not bad for the cost. There’s no discuss of NFC and no software packed for NFC though battery power entrance looks suspiciously like it has an NFC dish.

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All in all, this is a fast smart cellphone that standards a more than reasonable 5094 in Quadrant. It’s more than able to play modern challenging games and 1080p video clips. LTE data performance is excellent and speech quality is excellent, though not as magnificent and wealthy as the New samsung Universe S III and HTC One X that cost a great deal more. All in all, one of the best offers on AT&T.

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Specs:

Display: 4.3″ capacitive multi-touch Super AMOLED display. Resolution: qHD 960 x 540, supports both portrait and landscape modes.

Battery: 1830 mAh Lithium Ion rechargeable. Battery is user replaceable. Claimed talk time: up to 10 hours.

Performance: 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual core CPU. 1 gig RAM, 8 gigs internal storage.

Size: 5.1 x 2.6 x 0.32 inches. Weight: 4.66 ounces.

Phone: GSM quad band with HSPA+ 3G (850/1900/2100 MHz) and 4G LTE on AT&T’s band.

Camera: Front video chat camera and rear 8 megapixel camera with LED flash that can shoot 1080p video.

Audio: Built in speaker, mic and 3.5mm standard stereo headphone jack.

Networking: Integrated dual band WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.

Software: Android OS 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Expansion: 1 SDHC microSD card slot.