LG F7200 ReviewReading time: 2 - 4 minutes
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This slim slider refers to fashion segment. Push to Talk is its major peculiarity.
Announced in 2005
Position in the line: above LG F3000
Rivals: Voxtel 1iD
Battery type 780 mAh Li-lon
talk mode up to 3 hours
standby mode up to 8,3 days
TFT screen, has the resolution of 128×160 pixels, shows up to 65000 colours
Java (MIDP 2.0)
Colours: silvery (other versions are possible)
Weight: 115 gramms
Dimensions: 102,9×49,5×25,9 mm
Phonebook in internal memory + SIM memory, you can select a user group and an icon. Photo for incoming call signal.
Call log of last 10 calls of all types
Call management, ringing tones
40 tones polyphonic call signal
Speed dial for 8 numbers
Predictive text input
GPRS class 10
You can talk to 20 users at once through PTT
You can create up to 30 groups of PTT contacts (totally 99 PTT-contacts)
AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger and ICQ
Synchronization with PC
Organizer and extras
Time, date, alarm clock, World time
Calculator, unit converter
Organizer with notes and reminders, calendar monthly view and weekly
The F7200 does away with a lot of features that one takes as standard in todays handset. For example there is no mention of Bluetooth, USB or even the basic Infrared port. The amount of memory that is built-in to the F7200 is 24 megabytes however there have been persistent rumors that it is much more; this has not yet been confirmed and can be verified only once the handset hits the market. Note that the F7200 does not have any expansion slot either so one needs to check the memory. On the other hand a cameraless handset with no music functions really does not need too much memory. Ringtones in the formats of SMF and MIDI are supported.
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