The LG Optimus L7 P705 is a smartphone that has been designed with care and precision and with the end user in mind. The phone has been spruced up with nifty features and a smart design that is sure to get heads turning. The P705 runs on a 1 GHz processor and is based on the futuristic Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. This Android phone promises to deliver a user experience that is enriched with interactive notifications, resizable widgets and easy multitasking. Being an Android phone means that the P705 offers unlimited access to the Google App store as well. The smartphone employs the easy-to-use Optimus user interface that has been custom built for the Android OS. The uniquely designed L7 flaunts a 4.3-inch LCD touchscreen that supports WVGA, 800 x 480 pixel resolution offering vivid display. The screen supports IPS Display that offers great viewing angles.
No matter where you are, you can always be sure that you will never miss the opportunity to capture a memorable moment because the Optimus L7 features a 5 megapixel primary camera with LED flash. You can enjoy taking pictures of moving objects, frame-by-frame, using the continuous shot feature. The camera comes with other attractive features like auto flash, face tracking and panorama shot. You can edit your photos using the image editor feature and share them with friends using the image share feature. The LG L7 also comes with a 0.3 megapixel front facing secondary camera.
The bar shaped LG P705 has a unique L-style design that features square edges on the top and the rounded edges at the bottom. A dash of panache is incorporated into the phone with the use of cool metallic accents and soft casing making the L7 look stylish and elegant. The well spaced key arrangement makes the smartphone uncomplicated and easy to use. The smartphone measures 67 x 125.5 x 8.7 mm in dimension and neatly packs a loudspeaker and a 3.5 mm audio jack into the sleek design.
Storage and Battery
The GSM P705 comes with an internal memory of 4 GB and an expandable memory of up to 32 GB using micro SD or micro SDHC cards. The Android P705 is powered by a 1700 mAh battery that supports optimum talktime.
Connectivity and Features
Internet access is right at your fingertips as the L7 P705 is enabled with GPRS, EDGE and 3G allowing you to surf the internet, send and receive email and always stay connected. The LG Optimus is also equipped with Wi-Fi Direct allowing you to stay connected to the internet when you are in a Wi-Fi zone. The pre-installed Android browser makes your internet browsing experience easy and quick. The L7 comes with connectivity options like Bluetooth and micro USB port that allow you to transfer videos, music and images to other devices with ease.
You never have to worry that you will lose your way in an unknown city because the L7 is GPS enabled and is equipped with A-GPS with Google Maps. The L7 comes with the LG Mobile TV application that allows you to watch live TV and movies and delivers the complete TV experience and more, everywhere you go. The DLNA feature on the P705 allows you to interconnect media devices on a home network. Simply put, it means that you can show the content of your phone on another device, like your DLNA compatible TV, wirelessly. You can also find a range of other useful features like on-line widget support, Google search and more. For your daily dose of music you can always depend on the L7’s integrated music player and the inbuilt FM radio. You can also watch crisp videos on the LG’s video player.
The LG Optimus L7 P705 is a smartphone that incorporates a host of features into a unique design. The phone also offers all the comforts and perks that you can expect to find on an Android smartphone, making the P705 a useful device to own.
Die b4 you buy
30 Aug, 2012
5 Jun, 2012
waste of money
6 Jun, 2012
Not a Good Phone for the Price
6 Jun, 2012
waste of money
22 Jul, 2012
9 Nov, 2012
total waste of money
24 Oct, 2012
LG failing consistently after it first Optimus
28 Sep, 2012
LG support for the software is worst !!
29 Jul, 2012
WORST PHONE EVER
26 Jan, 2013