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LG LX400

>> Thursday, January 22, 2009

Unlike most push to talk phones, the LX400's design is not lacking in style. We're quite pleased with its deep red hue and sharp, tapered look. Measuring 3.5 inches long by 1.9 inches wide by 0.82 inch thick, the LX400 feels solid in the hand and won't weigh you down at around 3.2 ounces. The LG LX400 has a large speaker grille on the front.

A rather big speaker grille sits prominently on the front of the phone. Underneath that is a 1 inch 65,000 color external display that shows the date, time, battery life, signal strength, and caller ID.

You can also use the external display as a self portrait camera viewfinder. You can adjust its screen saver and clock style, but nothing else. At the bottom front of the phone is a camera lens.

The push to talk or Direct Connect key, volume rocker, and charger jack sits on the left spine, while the headset jack and dedicated camera key is on the right.

On top of the phone are a Direct Connect speaker button that toggles the speaker on and off during a push to talk connection.

There's also a Stop button with several functions ending a Direct Connect call, pulling up recent call history when in idle mode, and allowing you to make a voice call when the phone is closed. When you open the phone, you'll find a 262,144 color display that displays images and graphics with sharp and clear detail. You can adjust the backlight timer, skins, dialing font, foregrounds, plus the animation on the screen whenever there's an incoming call. The menu is the standard Sprint grid style interface and is easy to use. You also have the option of arranging the menu in a list style.


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