LG 1500 is a phone honestly it is: Review and Specifications

The LG 1500 was announced in 2004 so you’re wondering why the heck we are chatting about it, relax. Phones Review readers have been searching for this phone so it our duty to comply. Sorry if this is boring for you all but it has to be done. The LG 1500 is a phone honest and only just at that, it is a nice phone but nothing compared to today’s standards.

LG 1500 Open

This is a phone for the beginner or someone that does not need all the fuss of ringtones, music, Bluetooth etc. Read the specs below.

LG 1500 Main Specifications —
– GSM 900 / GSM 1800
– Polyphonic (16 channels) Only
– 20 missed calls, 20 dialed & 20 received (Call Records)
– Four way navigation keys
– Grayscale graphic display – 128 x 64 pixels (2 lines)
– Vibration
– 7 contact groups & 255 entries (Phonebook)
– EMS & SMS Messaging
– 110 short messages, 11 message templates & 20 calendar events (Memory)
– WAP 1.2.1 Browser
– Organizer, Calculator, Scheduler, Voice memo, World clock, Voice dial and T9
– Crazy Race, Mobile Hawk & Stone Axe (Games)
– Up to 200 Hours Standby
– Up to 3 Hours Talk Time
– 105 x 44 x 21 mm
– 80 Gram

Now for the LG 1500 Killer DownsideNO GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, WLAN, Camera, 3G, Bluetooth, Infrared port, USB or Card slot.

Do you own this phone or have had one? If so please let us know what you think of it.


2 thoughts on “LG 1500 is a phone honestly it is: Review and Specifications”

  1. Spencer says:

    In my honest opinion, having owned this phone for over a year now, it is the biggest piece of garbage you could ever encounter in the technology department. NOTHING on this phone works with any consistency. The vibrate function worked for all of the first month I owned the phone. If I am really lucky the ringer MIGHT work! Even with a good service provider, the phone manages to nullify any good service you get by being so horribly engineered that somewhere between the antenna and the earpiece you are likely to get absolutely nothing, even standing directly under a cell tower (yes, I have tried). Do yourself a favor and steer clear of this technological disgrace and opt for a more viable phone, maybe one that actually uses technology from THIS CENTURY. Do your homework, don’t buy this phone.

  2. Stephen says:

    I’ve had this phone for over 3 years now. It would be nice to have something newer that uses bluetooth, a memory card or better ringtones but all the newer phones have too many bells and whistles plus many are carrier locked preventing you from even importing and playing your own ringtones. All I need this phone for is a phone and it’s worked flawlessly since I’ve owned it. All the high spots are showing considerable wear and it still has the original battery. Considering it was free or very inexpensive with a contract, I can’t complain.

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