Review: LG LX370
The LX370 has a number of decent features that work pretty well. The camera and video camera, for example, are nothing to laugh at. The music experience, in comparison, is not all that great. I liked that threaded messaging was available in the SMS department, but the email application is a bit clunky in my opinion.
Where the LX370 really shines is with the basics. The hardware simply works. The controls are well placed and do what they are supposed to. For those who need a phone more to make phone calls than to take care of social networking needs and media consumption, the LX370 from LG is a solid pick.
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