IS that they don't put their money where their mouth is.
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.
Just out of curiousity, what improvements should they have made to the MP3 player? I have a Fusic currently, and the MP3 player is pretty perfect (atleast, I haven't been able to come up with how to make it better), and the Muziq does improve in that you can listen to MP3's while doing other things, where as on the Fusic you don't have that option.
I'm not trying to disagree with you, I'm genuinely curious to hear what other ideas you have.
That's not LG's problem, that's Sprint's problem. LG's proprietary music player is pretty righteous, but Sprint disables it and makes you use their player. It's certainly not a completely moronic move; they did it that way so it could sync to the Sprint Music Store which is good for their business, but it leaves you with a little bit of a sub-par music player experience.