The LG Octane might as well be dubbed the LG EnV4, as it looks very near like a successor to the LG EnV series of messagingphones for Verizon Wireless. Sure the point is a modest different, but the overall form factor is the same–it has dual displays, a digit keypad, and a flip-out upright. The facial appearance are pretty akin too; they contain a 3.2-megapixel camera, EV-DO, a music player with V Cast Music, an HTML Web browser, and GPS. The LG Octane is available for $99.99 after a $50 discount and a new two-year contract.
As mentioned above, the LG Octane looks a modest like a fattened-up LG EnV3. At 4.21 inches long by 2.16 inches wide by 0.63 inch thick, the Octane is much rounder and thicker than the EnV messaging phone. With a silver chrome border and a insightful sight, it’s also much shinier–so much so that you can use the front surface as a mirror. Weighing in at 4.5 ounces, the Octane looks and feels like a thick and hefty candy bar phone, but of way it’s only that thick since of the flip-out upright bottom.
The LG Octane looks a modest bulky.
Beneath that shiny front surface is in fact a 1.76-inch open-air sight. It has help for 262,000 sign and a 220×176-pixel pledge, which is quite impressive for a austere messaging phone. The cover may be small, but it looks very peculiar and animated. You can use it to view the currently before a live audience song if the music player is activated, and you can use it as a camera viewfinder. You can also use it as a self-likeness viewfinder if you activate Dual Sight mode in the camera settings. Bear in mind that you have to hold the phone open when taking a photo this way, which can be a bit trying to plot. Read more at allitreview.com