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Can LG Smart Phones Save Buyers Money and Deliver Quality Coverage?

When cell phones first converged on the market, many people thought they would never usurp the usage of landline phones, but they have. More people use cell phones than landlines now. LG smart phones are designed not only to deliver quality covered due to the expert technology within but also to save buyers money.

Some people, suspicious of the technology when it was first unveiled, shied away from buying one. Today, more than half of the population in America owns and uses a cell phone. Like people, cell phones have changed to embrace the technology that makes them better.

How do the LG Smart phones save users money? Is it by skimping on features or not paying homage to good design? Not at all. You’ll still get the great touch screen feature in models like the LG KP500 Cookie Unlocked Phone.

Even with the reasonable pricing, you get extras. For example, you’ll be able to take sharp, clear pictures with the 3.2 MP camera. You’ll also be able to listen to your favorite songs through the digital media player.

You’ll have the choice to take video clips or get involved with playing games or gaming as some teenagers refer to the activity. The sensors will recognize when your hand moves and reacts with realistic game play.

Surely with the lower price, something has to fall by the wayside. So what exactly are you giving up by purchasing this phone? When you select one of the LG smart phones, you’re giving up being caught in a contract since you can buy on that’s unlocked.

You’re giving up a heavy phone-these are extremely lightweight (only 3.14 ounces) which was surprising considering everything you gain. You also give up unattractive phones when you choose an LG model. The KP500 with the opulent black finish is a phone with a beautiful finish.

For wise mobile phone shoppers, there’s also the LG KP500 Cookie unlocked phone that has a 3.15 MP camera. It comes with handwriting recognition and users can enjoy FM radio. It also has the same easy to use touch screen. The handwriting recognition means that users don’t have to use the keyboard to send a message. This definitely comes in handy when you’re in a hurry.

When you look at the various models of other brands, it’s easy to be tempted to shell out a lot of money for phones that’ll do practically everything but clean the house and wash the car. But when you can get LG smart phones that offer the same technology, the same speed and are just as attractive in design as the more expensive phones, it makes better financial sense to save money and spend it on accessories for your phone.

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