LG Mini (GD880) mobile phone

It's not a smartphone, but LG's Mini (GD880) has a number of smartphone-like features including multitouch technology

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Stunning looks, a real head turner, great size, excellent camera, and did I say looks great!
Interface not customisable enough, very un-user friendly mp3, call log and browser
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Love hate relationship - I love the way it looks, friends with iPhones, Galaxies etc. have enquired and envied it. In these days of larger and larger screens and more and more power etc. it's a real joy to have something so compact yet functional.
Hate the music player e.g. adding tracks to playlists is a laborious process, 'now playing' forgets where it was playing, sorting tracks is a pain, a spinning disc shows a song's playing thus draining the battery needlessly, and the list goes on. The call log is awful - it repeats contacts way too often and doesn't show repeats. The interface could do with a much tweaking....etc. etc.
Overall though I still love it for the way it looks and its size, and find myself forgiving its (major) flaws!!

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