Android 2.2 Froyo LG Vortex Gains Review
If you are one of the Android faithful and a lover of LG made smartphones perhaps you have been considering the LG Vortex for your next device, so what you really need is an in-depth review of that handset so you can make an informed judgement.
So the guys over at Brighthand have come up with an extensive in-depth review of the LG Vortex smartphone so you know just what you are getting. The LG Vortex is on the Verizon Wireless network and commands a price tag of $280 without contract.
They say the dominant feature of the LG Vortex its 3.2 inch capacitive touch screen which is surprisingly easy to use. The device sports a basic design with a plastic casing with a rubbery coating and runs Android 2.2 Froyo OS despite being a low-end device.
The LG Vortex uses a 600MHz processor and only features 200MB of memory but does come with a 2GB memory card. Performance wise when it comes to connectivity, the LG Vortex performed well in the areas it was tested.
Other features of the LG Vortex are, WiFi, Bluetooth, standard Android entertainment apps, 3.2 megapixel camera, whilst battery performance is fairly good.
In finalising the review says that the pros of the LG Vortex are an excellent price and performance ratio along with a decent design, whilst the only con is that the deice doesn’t feature a physical keyboard; the full three page review can be viewed by heading over to their website, and you can check out a couple of review videos by hitting up (here)
So there it is, the review of the LG Vortex, of course if you already own an LG Vortex we’d lover to read your personal review of the device, so feel fre to post them to our comments area below.