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Review: LG Lotus

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Why no mention?


Oct 31, 2008, 11:44 AM
Probably the biggest features of the new one click phones is the threaded text messaging interface.

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?

Nov 2, 2008, 3:33 PM
No worries you must have just missed it... it was in there.

Nov 10, 2008, 9:04 AM
Taken from the review from the Messaging section that stands alone in a tab Smile

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 messaging center from the main menu to get at the IM, Voice SMS and Chatting applications. Or, you can choose to add those to your favorites list.

Text messaging is always the default messaging mode. The Lotus's large screen makes for easy message composing. There's plenty of real estate to get all 160 characters of a message onto the screen without having to scroll around. The full QWERTY keyboard is great to type on, and it offers some ways to customize input, such as predictive text mode and shor...

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