LG Incite Review
Introducing their first smart phone to the U.S. smart phone market is the LG Incite backed by AT&T. The LG Incite is a touch-screen smart phone and is powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system. The Incite has a brand new look and design, making it much more attractive for a smart phone. Like the Samsung Omnia and HTC Touch, the LG Incite’s design is mainly dominated by a large touch screen. The touch screen measures at three-inch diagonal with a 240×400 pixel resolution making it appear with vivid colors and well defined images. The LG Incite measures at 2.2 in x 0.6 in x 4.2 in and weighs just 4.2 oz. Also like the LG Vu, the LG Incite has a haptic feedback letting users know when something is pressed with a slight vibration. The LG Incite features a whole host of productivity, great multimedia features like Microsoft ActiveSync and Office Mobile. It offers both Wi-Fi and HSDPA wireless connectivity as well as Bluetooth 2.0 EDR. It has gives good and clear call quality and a three megapixel camera and a digital music player. The LG Incite features a SureType keyboard like the one on the Blackberry Pearl with two letters per key. Users can also have the choice of a full QWERTY keyboard by rotating the phone by 90 degrees. Each letter on the keyboard is large and easy read, making it easier to type e-mails or text messages. The LG Incite has more than enough battery power for a talk time up to 520 minutes and a standby time up to 504 hours. The Incite also has a port connector of a USB and a one MicroSD memory card expansion. Two good LG Incite accessories are the Bluetooth headsets and MicroSD card for more additional memory capacity and both can be obtained at AccessoryGeeks.com.