Review: LG Cosmos Touch
Jan 3, 2011, 9:35 PM by Philip Berne
The LG Cosmos Touch offers an assortment of messaging and social features in a compact phone. With a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a touchable interface, does it aim for the stars, or fall back to earth?
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The LG Cosmos Touch is a very compact device with a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen up front. It's got obvious appeal for messaging fans, and it offers a strange blend of advanced features and basic simplicity. Was this phone as fun to use as it looks?
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Can't understand the touch issue
I can't imagine why the review of this part of the phone is so damning, or why it sinks the whole thing.
great phone for a kid
activated and played with it for a day.
just a basic phone. good for a kid who doesn't : do a whole lot on his/her phone but text.