It’s more than adequate for basic phone functions, but your photos won’t have much zing. Tucked away in the phone’s main menu is the obscure ‘take in modes’ option, which enables you to snap your subject through a novelty frame. The Bad Basic camera; limited connectivity. Design Measuring 47 by 91 by 25mm and weighing 91g, the C is compact and light. It’s monochrome and landscape, whereas the default picture format is portrait, so what you see is nothing like what you get. The new no-compromise MacBook.
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It might not be the most highly specified phone in the world, but the features it has are easy to access.
The Bottom Line Compact and easy to use, the C is a good-value option for anyone looking for a basic handset. We have nothing against phones being designed by women — in this case, C3030 Kim, the head of handset design at LG — but designing phones for women often results in something small, pink and mostly useless.
Pressing the top of the rocker takes you to your contacts. Tucked away in the phone’s main menu is the obscure ‘take in modes’ option, which enables you to snap your subject through a novelty frame.
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It’s more than adequate for basic phone functions, but your photos won’t have much zing. The feature set is limited, but the well-designed interface enables you to make the most of the functions it offers.
We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Pressing the bottom takes you v3300 the voice recorder, which enables you to create up to ten second voice memos. It isn’t as bright or as sharp as the screen on the Samsung SGH-E, and can’t display as much detail. The maroon and silver front is relatively plain, with the VGA camera at the top, just above an LED light for taking pictures at night.
Features We were impressed by the C’s interface, which associates all the main tasks with function keys. How your privacy gets cooked by those restaurant waitlist apps.
The charger plugs into the bottom, there’s a shortcut button for the camera on the right and an attachment point for the wrist strap at the top. The bottom half of the clamshell contains the two-tone keypad, which has maroon keys down the sides and around the top, and silver keys in the centre. The video cc3300 that helped me understand my grandma’s dementia.
It’s monochrome and landscape, whereas the default picture format is portrait, so what you see is nothing like what you get. To record a new one, press and hold the bottom part of the rocker, then speak into the microphone.
There’s a Clear button at the top of the numberpad, between the Send and End keys. The rounded edges make it comfortable to hold and there are no unsightly protrusions — c300 has an internal aerial. The Bad Basic camera; limited connectivity.
Design Measuring 47 by 91 by 25mm and weighing 91g, the C is compact and light. The best Black Friday deals of It works well enough, but the low resolution of the screen means you end c300 reading the news in word instalments. A stellar on-ear headphone. You can take self-portraits while the phone is closed, although you can’t change any of the settings and the external LCD makes a lousy viewfinder.
It isn’t as bad as it sounds, because the surfaces are matt rather than glossy, but putting the red ‘end call’ symbol on a maroon key doesn’t score the designer any points.
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With a top resolution of just x pixels VGAthe camera is relatively basic. If you just want to make calls, send text messages and take basic snapshots, the C is a good-value option.
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You can use your snapshots in the phone book or as wallpaper, or share them by MMS, but you won’t want to print them out. Additional editing by Nick Hide. LG made the mistake of telling us that the C was “designed by a woman with a target women’s audience”. Most conveniently of all, pressing the left-hand side of the rocker brings up a menu that lets you switch between vibrate only, silent, general and loud modes.
Standby time is quoted as hours.