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Rumour | Mobile Phone with Music Player and QWERTY Keyboard

  • LG260

  • Discontinued Product

Key Features

  • Compact QWERTY Keyboard
  • Bluetooth® Capable
  • Text and Picture Messaging
  • Messaging: Mobile Email, IM, and MMS
Basic Specification
Type Slide
Dimension: LxWxD (mm) 110x51x18mm
Talk Time (hrs) 171 minutes
Standby Time, Max (hrs) 21180 minutes
QWERTY Keyboard Yes
Technology CDMA -1x 800MHz, 1900MHz
Weight with Batt. Standard (g) 117g
Vibration Yes
SIM Toolkit Yes
WAP (version) Yes (2.0)
Wi-Fi No
Google No
E Mail No
Instant Messaging No
Video MMS No
Predictive Text Input (T9) Yes
Personal Information Management
Scheduler/Alarm Yes / Yes
Phonebook (# of names) Yes(500)
Bell Mobility Yes
Advanced Features
Java (version) Yes
MIDI (poly) Yes
Built-In Game No
FM Radio No
FM Transmitter No
Speaker Phone Yes
Camera Yes
Camera Resolution (MP) 1.3
External Memory No
A-GPS Navigation No
MP3 Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Touch Screen No
Video Recording No
Document Viewer No
Dolby Mobile No
3.5 Audio Jack No

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliable and Easy to Use Great little phone. Very easy to use and great features. Good quality and very reliable. I have had it as my main phone for a couple of years already and it's never let me down.
Date published: 2013-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from simple, easy to use. its cheap, simple and easy to use has the basic functions... a qwerty keyboard, a camera, a colour screen, fair bit of memory, good sound quality, long battery life.
Date published: 2012-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst phone, EVER!!!! i have had this phone for a year and a half. it was great until i charged it for the first time. now i have to charge the battery 4 times a day, it wont play music, the volume button is broken, and i get service NO-WHERE!!!! And ive replaced the keyboard buttons 2 times 4 weeks after i got it and 3 months i had to change it again. did i mention that the speakers sound AWFUL and it likes to turn itself off after an hour or so. If u dont mind these minor(very irritating) defects, get one (but have a backup phone so u arent left without one).
Date published: 2010-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LG260 When my last phone started having problems and it was time for a new phone, I picked the LG260 because it had a nice colored screen which I thought would be easier to see than my previous phone. I don't text so don't need or use the keypad. I got a body glove for it because I constantly wear my cell phone on a belt clip because of my job. This phone has been awful! On belt clip it keeps sliding open, lays sideways rather than up and down, and the only belt clip available pops off if you bend over or twist with it and then the phone falls on the ground. The screen is not easy to read because the icons and print are so small -- color and contract don't help with these microscopic things! I only have glasses for reading, so don't usually have them on when I'm using my phone. To use the contact list, I have to go get my glasses to see the small print, so can't use that feature -- it is faster to type in the number than go get my glasses. I"ve had this phone a year and am so frustrated with it. My husband just got a Blackberry -- I can read the screen without my glasses, even adjust the font size, has a nice belt holster that doesn't have the problems this LG has.
Date published: 2010-07-22
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