LG Quantum

17 Jul

LG Quantum The LG Quantum is AT&T’s third Windows Phone 7 behind the Samsung Focus and the HTC Surround, but it’s the first oneto offer a full QWERTY upright. To be reliable, we had our doubts about the Quantumwhen we first saw it all through the authoritative launch event, as it felt more like a quick messaging phone than a high-feature smartphone. Even if, after costs some time with the device, we’ve changed our tune. The Quantum delivers solid performance, an exceptional upright, and well-built hardware, even if the point is not without its flaws (heavy, smaller sight, top bolt from the blue landscape help). We still reckon the Samsung Focus is the best Windows Phone 7 device overall, but that said, those who want a physical upright will be well served by the Quantum. The LG Quantum is available now for $199.99 with a two-year contract.

The LG Quantum is a solid piece of hardware, even if its drab, quick-messaging-phone-like advent doesn’t make the best first impression. Even if, once in hand, the smartphone has quite a premium feel to it, to some extent since of the soft-touch close and stainless-steel array door and to some extent since of the phone’s consequence. At 6.2 ounces, it’s one of the heftier smartphones we’ve seen to date, which is a minor place-off, but opportunely, the slide phone is compact overall at 4.7 inches tall by 2.3 inches wide by 0.4 inch thick, so it’s more controllable. Plus, the curved edges and rounded corners make it comfortable to hold, and the slider means is strong, so the cover doesn’t go or feel loose when you’re austerely holding the phone.


LG Quantum

The LG Quantum is one of the heavier smartphones we’ve seen lately.



On front, you get a 3.5-inch capacitive touch cover that chains 16 million sign and a 480×800-pixel pledge. It’s satisfactorily sharp and sharp, so we had no harms conception text or viewing photos and videos. Admittedly, the Quantum’s cover isn’t as sharp or animated as the Samsung Focus’ and the smaller size takes a bit away from the Web browsing and CD encounter, but the touch cover is open, as it registered all our taps, quickly scrolled through lists, and existing charming pinch-to-zoom help. Read more at


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