LG mobile phones. Do you actually know anyone that has owned one? I think a friend of mine was given one as a present once, around 10 years ago. Since then however the mobile phone world has moved on. Once upon a time everyone wanted a 4 numbered Nokia, with the higher the numbers sounding more and more impressive. Since then however, the iPhone has descended upon the world and Samsung has released just how good it tastes to sell millions of phones.
Year after year LG stay in the game however. Releasing phone after phone, each with the promise that it will capture the market. This time however, they are releasing a slimmer, sexier version of their 3D phone. Introducing the Optimus 3D Max.
Now I’m certainly not saying that this is the one, this is the phone that will put LG on the map. But with a 3D screen, you are certainly expecting to be blown away by it and you can’t deny that it is a definite talking point.
It does have some impressive features, and the fact that they are able to make all of their phones affordable, is also going to be an important deal maker for a lot of people. First up, that screen size. At 4.3 inches, it’s good. That’s not oversized and it certainly isn’t to small to really enjoy the 3Dness. You’ll easily be able to continue that addiction of mobile shopping and app daily deal browsing you’ve become accustomed to. And when you’re done with that, 4.3 inches are happy times for watching movies on the commute.
There are parts of the phones where LG have had to hold back however, in order to make it “affordable” but that by no means equals “budget”. LG have cut one corner in having Android 2.3 on the phone, instead of the newly launched and much upgraded 4.0. They haven’t however majorly held back in the processor or RAM department. With a dual core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, the phone is certain to be future proof for some time yet.
I can’t imagine that the 3D Max will become the latest challenger to the iPhone and Galaxy range, but it looks set to do quite well. There are some issues with the phone (not amazingly sexy to look at) but what it lacks, it makes up for in substance. I would also expect most handsets to be locked, due to the higher than normal costs of an LG phone. Networks do this so they can reduce the upfront cost, making it easier for people to purchase. This does however then restrict you to just their network. This lock can be removed with an unlock code. To unlock LG optimus 3D Max mobile phones simply order your specific code and enjoy your mobile freedom.