The internal memory is so small and the UMTS is good. Im using this phone actually and im satisfy because its simple to use. VGA Camera is an inconvenient of this phone ... :(
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2011of course its a 3G.... we sale it in switzerland...i have this phone in my hand and olny 2G networks are awalable ...
bought in spain no english instructions does anyone know a site I can get them from
mohammad, 19 Mar 2011this phone a-133 lg is not 3g phoneof course its a 3G....
we sale it in switzerland...
This is a fair economy phone.
Features SD card support, basic yet effective mp3 player, radio.
Signal is fair, speakers are fair.
The screen is POOR though, since it has a very narrow viewing angle so the picture quality changes by the slightest movement of your palm.
Camera is good given the fact that it is a low end phone.
Battery life is excelent.
Built by fair quality plastic though you have to be careful how you handle it if you do not want to have a worn out handset in less than a year.
Hope it helps.
This is a brillant mobile, and cheap. 49 euros in Spain.
The camera is poor (VGA) but photogrphas are acceptables.
The batery holds two weeks, i´m so happy this mobile.
Does everyone know if this phone is compatible with the model LG U450?? Both of them is the same but I m interest in the battery, maybe it,s fix it, thanks
Is this phone the same as the A133 being sold by O2? Just asking because the O2 site / brochure says it's not 3G enabled, just EDGE.
Hi everyone Lilly here,
This phone is on sale in the o2 shops in stylish red and black and retails for about £34.99.
The girl that served me said that although it was a nice phone it wasnt a popular model as not many pepole are interested in this sort of flip phone, everyone wants touch screen.
However dispite the camera being rubbish there is one other advantage to this phone. It has an "anti theft tracker device" which allows you to track your lost phone. When someone uses your phone without your permission, the tracking device will be activated.
I hope this helps, Lilly