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LG Xenon Review – An Impressive Touchscreen Handset
Measuring 2.11 inches wide, 4.16 inches long, 0.62 inch thick, the LG Xenon is a small and compact touch screen handset. The Xenon weighs just 3.81 ounces and it will easily fit your pocket. The handset boasts of a large 2.8-inch touch-screen display, which has native resolution of 240×400 pixels and supports 262,000 colors.
To enjoy the texting, the LG Xenon provides you an excellent slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which can be accessed by sliding the phone to the right. The QWERTY keyboard has large and spacious keys and you are less likely make typing errors. You also get a number of dedicated keys on the keyboard. These include a dedicated text message button, mobile e-mail button, emoticon button, a Web browser button, phone book button, @ symbol button, and a .com button.
Just below the 2.8-inch display, you will find the Call and End/Power buttons along with a task manager button, which allows you to switch between applications. The left edge of the handset houses a volume rocker, while the right edge houses a memory card slot, hold/screen lock button, and a dedicated camera button. The top edge of the handset houses the charger jack, while the back houses the camera lens and LED flash.
The LG Xenon offers a great combination of basic and advanced features. The basic features include 500-entry phone book, a vibrate mode, voice command, speakerphone, text messaging, MMS, notepad, calendar, world clock, stopwatch, alarm clock, a calculator, a voice recorder, tasks list, tip calculator, and a unit converter.
The advanced features include stereo Bluetooth, IM with support for AIM, Yahoo, and Windows Live Messenger, mobile email, and A-GPS. The mobile e-mail supports a number of accounts such as AOL, Windows Live, Yahoo, AT&T Yahoo, BellSouth, Comcast, Earthlink, Juno, Mindspring, and NetZero. However, you can’t use Gmail as the handset doesn’t support POP or IMAP.
The LG Xenon is a 3G/HSDPA handset and it supports AT&T’s broadband services. So, you can enjoy video streaming with AT&T’s Cellular Video, video calls using Video Share, and AT&T Mobile Music, which lets you enjoy XM Radio Mobile and music player. The music player offers all the basic features such as repeat/shuffle mode, create and edit playlists. The Xenon supports all the popular music file formats, which include MP3, AAC, AAC+, and WMA.
The Xenon boasts of a 2.0-megapixel camera that can capture images in four different resolutions: 1600×1200, 1280×960, 640×480, 320×240. The main camera features include night mode, timer, adjustable brightness, flash toggle, and three shutter sounds plus a silent option. The built-in camcorder captures videos in two resolutions: 320×240 and 176×144.
The LG Xenon has a rated battery life of four hours talk time and 11 days in standby time.