The QWERTY keyboard slides out from the left and the 3-inch touchscreen display automatically changes to landscape orientation for your convenience. We like the QWERTY keyboard for its large keys and that they are spaced out nicely.
The touchscreen is also fairly responsive, but we do encounter some lagginess at times. On top of that, the phone also offers adjustable levels of haptic feedback for users who want to get the feel of knowing they have pressed the buttons onscreen.
Our review unit comes in a small retail box and the accessories are packed in neat packages. On the left are the side keys to control the volume of the earpiece and key tones.
The microSD card slot, Lock/Unlock, Multitasking and camera mode buttons are on the right. The Multitasking key is designed to provide quick access to your favorite applications.
The charger/cable/handsfree connector as well as the strap hole are located at the top of the phone
At the rear is a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with built-in flash and image stabilizer. And yes, this one also supports video recording.
Opening up the battery cover reveals a Li-Polymer 950 mAh standard battery that is sitting on top of the USIM card slot.
LG has included standard fare of accessories such as a leather case, USB cable, travel adapter, ear headset, user’s manual, 1GB microSD card, microSD card adapter and software CD. The software CD contains the USB drivers, Divx Converter for converting your videos and PC Suite to sync to your PC.