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About the LG Neon

CNET Reviews described the LG Neon smartphone as "a good simple messaging phone," praising it for its spacious keyboard and compact design. The electronics review website also criticized the side-slider phone for its call quality and slow download speeds. Released in 2009, the Neon does provide more than just messaging features, including a built-in digital camera and media player.

Physical Features

The LG Neon measures 4 inches long, 2 inches wide, 0.7 inches deep and weighs 3.8 oz. Its 2.4-inch thin-film transistor screen displays more than 262,000 colors at 240 by 320 pixels of resolution. A standard lithium-ion battery provides the phone with up to four hours of talk time and up to 250 hours, or 10.4 days, of standby time. A full QWERTY keyboard is contained on the slide-out portion of the phone, which is available in several colors, including green, gray, blue and white.

Memory

Equipped with 15MB of internal memory, the Neon comes with a built-in microSD card slot for up to 4GB of expanded memory. The phone supports microSD cards, which provide up to 2GB of memory, and microSDHC cards, which offer between 2GB and 32GB of memory, up to the phone's 4GB limit. The Neon's internal phone book supports up to 1,000 contacts with multiple phone numbers and photo and ring tone ID. Adding memory to the Neon will give you more room for large-format content, such as photos and music, but will not give you more room for adding contacts.

Camera And Messaging

The Neon features a 2 megapixel camera that takes still pictures at up to 1,600 by 1,200 pixels of resolution and is capable of recording video. Extra camera features, such as digital zoom and a self portrait mirror, give the phone added photographic functionality. The phone supports text, photo, video and voice messages and mobile email through connections to a POP3, IMAP4 or SMTP server. The Neon also offers instant messaging capability, which requires an online connection with a third-party client, such as AOL, Microsoft or Yahoo!. To use the phone's instant messaging function, you must create and sign in to an account through one of these or other third-party clients.

Miscellaneous

The LG Neon connects only to the 2G network and, unlike newer mobile phones, is not Wi-Fi compatible. The phone supports a variety of Bluetooth wireless profiles, including hands-free, HFP; headset, HSP; object push, OPP; and file transfer, FTP. The HFP gives you the option of placing and receiving calls through the phone's speakerphone or an automobile's audio system, while the HSP does the same thing, but through a wireless headset instead. The OPP allows you to share files with another device that's equipped with the same profile. The FTP, not to be confused with the File Transfer Protocol used for uploading files to the Internet, not only enables you to share files, but to see them on the device you're sharing with before transferring them.

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