LG GD880 Mini Review

The new LG GD880 Mini is an innovative mobile that offers a great combination of latest technology together with a stylish design.

LG GD880

Having a touch screen, the phone measures 102 mm x 47 mm wide and weighs only 99 g. The phone promotes social networking and offers great internet connection. It also has a 3.5 mm audio jack and a broad phone book that can retain up to 1000 contacts.

The GD880 Mini boasts a 3.2 inch TFT touch screen that displays 256,000 colors, giving some impressive and vibrant images. The phone also supports multi-touch for easy navigation. In order to keep the screen safe for a longer time, the display screen is equipped with a scratch resistant surface. The phone also has the capability to automate certain tasks through accelerometer and proximity sensors.

The mobile phone offers great entertainment as well through an MP4/MP3 player, stereo FM radio and a wide range of different games.

The 5.0 megapixel camera also includes auto focus, smile and face detection together with image stabilization to enhance the quality of the image.

For users to love to interact constantly, social networking is also provided that provides live updates. The phone also has an organizer, document viewer and a voice memo feature.

The mobile phone provides both GPRS and EDGE connections, along with bluetooth and micro-USB connections to provide additional connectivity. The HSDPA and Wifi connections allow fast internet access at speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps, facilitating satisfactory web browsing.

Overall, the GD880 Mini is an impressive mobile phone offering a wide range of useful features. Having an internal memory of 330 MB, and the ability to improve this up to 32 GB, the phone provides all the necessary tools that make up a decent mobile phone.

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  1. Already been engaged in mobile communications as an RF engineer since 1982 when I worked for Motorola. Had Blackberrys for the last eight years or so, but just pre ordered a Samsung Vibrant through T-mobile. Need some new capabilities and a new Os to play with. I’m disappointed that Tmobile has switched off the wifi hotspot feature in the Samsung Vibrant, but I’m certain someone will figure out how to root it and add the feature back again in. I’m now carrying a wifi only iPad and want to wirelessly tether it to the cellular phone. Looking forward to obtaining my new phone!

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