LG T385 review

LG T385

The LG T385 was launched this year. It is touchscreen phone with the LG L look. Below the display it has three touch sensitive buttons: answer call, back, hang call. The battery cover offers a good hand grip. On the left side it has the volume keys and the right side is clear.


The TFT capacitive display has 3.2 inches in diagonal and supports a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels with a pixel density of 125ppi. If it isn’t to sunny outside you will have a good legibility but in direct sun light the colors are faded. The display has multitouch support.  The phone measures 103 x 59 x 10.7mm.

The internal memory has 50Mb and it supports a microSD card expansion up to 16 GB. It also has RAM and ROM memory; 64Mb of RAM and 128Mb of ROM. It has its own operating system and a document viewer.

The 2MP camera takes pictures at a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Video recording is made at 15 fps and has QCIF resolution. For a 2MP camera you can unravel something in the pictures. If you take pictures outside in light you can even put them on Facebook or Twitter.

The LG T385 doesn’t have 3G support but it has Wi-Fi with b/g/n standards. Bluetooth is version 2.1 with EDR and the microUSB slot is v2.0. The browser supports WAP 2.0 and xHTML.

The battery has only 950 mAh but it can keep the phone alive for about five days. It can stay 560 hours in standby and 15 hours in talk time.

The phone comes with a few preinstalled games and it has stereo FM radio with RDS and a 3.5mm jack.

Check for good deals for the LG T385 and other phone on www.mobilephonedeals.com. If you need a phone for its main functions, calls and SMS, and sometimes you use Wi-Fi connections this is a good choice for you.


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