Mobile recycling could lead users to "sleek" LG Optimus GT540

26 July 2010 — 4:08 PM

Mobile recycling could lead users to "sleek" LG Optimus GT540

People who recycle an old mobile phone and want to put the cash towards their next device may do well to consider the LG Optimus GT540.

Charles Kloet, reviewing the phone for CNET UK, says it is a "sleek" model with a "premium" appearance.

While the technology inevitably cannot live up to its more illustrious competitors such as the iPhone, HTC Wildfire and BlackBerry handsets, "you wouldn't know by looking at it", explains Mr Kloet.

Therefore, for those who rate style as a priority, the LG Optimus GT540 could be a budget alternative to a top-end smartphone.

Other advantages include an "above-average multimedia performance", including "crisp and full-bodied" sound as well as a three-megapixel camera.

It is also capable of playing standard video clips and showing a range of images - which may suit those who like to capture life through their mobile.

LG says its vision is to become a worldwide leader of innovative products while providing ultimate customer service.

Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "If you're into your fashion and want a phone that's just as stylish as you are, this new LG handset could be the way to go. A really easy way to get one is to trade in your old phone for cash."

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