Review: LG Lotus
The LG Lotus is one odd duck. Hidden in its goofy shape is an average phone that does many things, some of them well, others not so much.
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If you like the unconventional and have a high tolerance for being made fun of, the Lotus might be the phone you're looking for. With its squarish shape, there's no doubt it is somewhat odd in appearance. If you're willing to look past appearances and judge the Lotus on what's inside (because that's what really counts, right?), there's a lot to like about the Lotus.
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Why no mention?
I didnt see a single mention of it in the review, yet thats a feature that people clamor for on phones all the time.
Maybe a quick edit is in order?
The Lotus offers SMS, PictureMail, IM, VoiceSMS, Chatting and Email. Not all of them are available from the Messaging icon in the carousel. You have to open the messagin...
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This is a good phone
Sprint's new home screen menu is a colossal step in the right direction, and I dig the widgets. The interface is surprisingly polished, especially for an LG phone.
Another major plus is the fact applications can be suspended in the background.