Review: LG Muziq
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The LG Muziq is undoubtedly the second generation Fusic, albeit with a slightly different name. While the Muziq does many of the same things as its predecessor, the hardware is different enough to set it apart. But does updated hardware mean it is a better phone? Let's find out.
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Can U use the voice recorder to make ringtones with this phone?
Does it still...
1. The ringers on the phone are very "abnormal" lol
2. The phone catches my facial hair (even a 5 o'clock shadow) and boy does that hurt
As far as the facial hair thing goes, seeing as i'm female, I can't really answer that question for you...
IF they wanted to create a phone called MUZIQ, then they needed to have worked real hard on the MP3 player portion of the phone. However, the MP3 player on this phone seems to be the same as the MP3 player on the FUSIC.
That means it is a mediocre player that is not much different than any phone with an MP3 player built in.
The name MUZIQ is a bad exercise in product marketing. And for some reason, it looks more like the previous generation of Chocolate, than FUSIC.
I'm beginning to wonder if...
Also, wanted to mention that even though most phones have a 2.5mm headphone jack, one can use a 2.5mm to 3.5mm converter to use regular headphones. I do on my vx8550 and it sounds awesome.