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LG E900 Optimus 7 Sim Free Windows 7 Mobile Phone - Black


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  • Stream HD Movies, Images and Music
  • Windows 7 Handset with links to XBOX Live
  • Voice to Text
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • LG Augmented Reality Camera
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: E900
  • ASIN: B004O6MJ32
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Feb. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,175 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The LG Optimus 7, with its unique 'Play To' feature, allows you to wirelessly stream HD movies, images and music to any DLNA-enabled device in real time....

Box Contains

  • Optimus 7 Handset
  • Headset
  • Manual
  • Data Cable (Doubles as a power lead)
  • Power Adaptor

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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SteadVex on 14 Nov. 2011
    Verified Purchase
    I'd just like to say a few things about this phone, i've previousl been a windows phone user for the last 6 years, from windows 5.0 to 6.1 with a very brief stint of using 6.5.

    Inititally I was unimpressed with the new interface, although, after getting used to it I very much like it, theres some major improvements over the previous windows mobile operating systems but at the same time theres some things I find really annoying, I'll point out the things I miss from previous windows first for anyone who will be considering upgrading

    No file explorer
    No obvious way to customise the 'today screen'
    No ability to use your phone as a usb drive, or at least, there is no app that works as of yet without having to run a program on your pc
    No obvious signal or battery indicator
    No TomTom, Although have since bought navigon, which is considerably better for mapping, but does have some wierd issues with entering destinations, I miss the simplicity of enterting addresses with tomttom but the features in Navigon blow the competition away, if only they improve the entering a destination bit.

    Advantages I found with the newer os

    Internet explorer is brilliant, I always used opera mobile on previous devices but the ie built in with windows 7 is amazing, its by far the smoothest browser i've used, even friends with android phones who claim the browser is amazing on android couldn't belive how much better ie was on the phone, Personally i'd say its the best imnplementation of a browser on any mobile device including the iPhone.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Thomas Perry on 18 April 2012
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    I love this phone because it makes things much, much easier for me to delete apps, delete messages and also to reboot the system again so it is a must have item and also to increase zoom levels and also to access other web sites like Facebook and the Xbox live site I really love it
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Mitchell VINE VOICE on 24 Feb. 2012
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    As far as Mobile Phones go, I lived in the Stone Age. When my old Samsung E250 gave up the goose in January, I began hunting for a new phone. Now, what was essential to me more than anything was actually the Windows Phone operating system. As an avid gamer I was wooed by the Xbox Live integration in addition the snazzy interface had me intrigued. It's on that backdrop that I decided to purchase the LG Optimus 7 and after a couple of months of ownership I can say that I'm very happy with my purchase.

    Right out of the box you'll probably be impressed with the screen which looks fantastic when running videos from You Tube in particular to all around general tasks. Upon start up you will be greeted with the "tile" interface, it's clever and works really well. I'd also argue that it's the best looking OS around.

    In terms of features you've got Wi-Fi connectivity, Facebook/Twitter/Zune integration and to top it all off a fully competent internet browser in Internet Explorer. However, there are some drawbacks. For starters the 5 Mega Pixel camera comes off as distinctly disappointing as most of the shots I've taken have come out blurry. Furthermore, the power and volume buttons are tough as nails and require extra force. The Windows Home button in the middle feels like its been tacked on.

    ---Summary---
    Accesibilty: 8 Great touch screen which is super easy to use and responsive. The app marketplace is a little bare and could use some more apps. The Xbox Live connectivity is great and keeping up to date with your Gamer Profile on the go is neat.

    Design and feel: 9 Sturdy in hands and overall a very good looking phone.

    ---Verdict---
    The LG Optimus 7 is a fantastic phone and if you're looking for a Windows Phone specifically, the LG earns top marks. With 16 GB storage which is above more expensive rivals you really need look no further than this smart, attractive and fully featured phone. 10/10.
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    I've had this phone since a week or two after launch and can't praise it enough at this price (£200)

    I've had no major update problems (including meandering through a few unofficial ROMS back to official updates)

    LG have loaded it up with some great software such as the DNLA server (they call it Play-To, works with fine with Sony and Samsung TVs) and have added new stuff like Internet Connection Sharing

    The only negatives I can think of are a dodgey magnetic compass, cheap feeling buttons and slow GPS fix (I suspect the GPS problems are down to the vodafone supl server - if I change it to Google it is much faster - which you can do easily with the barely-hidden diagnostics utility)

    No Gyro or front camera becuase it is a first gen device but you won't miss them.

    No hardware or software dramas and I've even managed to get over 3 days standby in battery saver mode which is not bad for a smartphone

    With 16gb it's a bargain...
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    5 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brian Camping on 16 Jan. 2012
    This is the third Windows Phone 7 in my house. All have been different (HTC Trophy, Samsung i917, LG E900).

    Form Factor:
    The E900 weight and feel and form factor is very good. The i917 is comparatively too wide. The Trophy is near perfect (IMHO) when it comes to size and weight. If anything I would say the LG model is a bit long with a bit too much at the bottom where the navigation buttons are.

    Screen:
    The screen is excellent...no complaints yet. No visible differences over the i917 or Trophy.

    Interface (buttons):
    The E900 navigation is not touch based whereas the i917 and Trophy are touch based buttons for navigation, windows home, and search. I definitely prefer the touch based buttons. This is the only cheap feeling aspect (the rest of the hardware is quite solid) of the E900.

    Interface (stereo jack):
    BAD - Phone reboots each time I plug in my Auxilliary cable to listen to music over my stereo.

    Communications:
    GOOD - Cellular Radio - No complaints so far
    GOOD - Bluetooth - successful and clear communications with plantronics headset, over Lync and Skype
    BAD - Wifi - have noticed some issues here where the phone is unable to connect to the wifi network without a reboot or when the signal strength is low whereas my other phones do not have this issue (nor the laptops).

    Support:
    LG support seems good in structure (registration, my support page). However, no updates listed for the device yet and the auto-reboot on stereo plug-in is not an acceptible "feature". Waiting on response from LG.
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