Review: LG Chocolate
Many people will buy the Chocolate based on its looks alone, and for those people, it's probably a perfectly good phone. It is an excellent performer in many regards - battery life, Bluetooth usage for calls and music, and messaging.
But those who are power users like us will experience a great number of frustrations after the short honeymoon of unpacking the Chocolate from its little box. With some practice and effort, we learned to work around most of the software and design limitations. Even so, this is not a phone for power users.
The Chocolate is a good phone for those who do many common tasks - messaging, browsing, music on their phone and want to take those to the next level.
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