• LG GT505
66
Based on 8 scores, 8 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Decent styling, small size, good camera...
  • User friendly, fluid, responsive UI, Audio player is loud and clear, FM reception is good, Decent camera, Good battery life
  • Good Design, Responsive Touchscreen, Easy to Use UI, Great Connectivity Options

Cons:

  • Slow touch-screen, no 3.5mm headphone jack, hard to textLook and Feel...
  • Video player doesn't allow stretch to fit, Could have come with a few more video codecs, Gallery could gave been a little better designed

Expert reviews and ratings

By 3G UK on 60

If you're hankering after a touch-screen phone, but feel that a smartphone with a multitude of apps (and a higher price) is not for you, the GT505 offers a very decent, affordable solution. And despite the budget price, the phone still boasts a...

By Mobile Choice on 60

If you want a touch-screen phone but feel that a smartphone with its thousands of apps and high cost isn't for you, the GT505 is an affordable and usable phone...

By ThinkDigit on 70

LG GT505 had a consistent outing in the signal reception and call clarity test. However, it lost out in the captured photo and captured video test with an ordinary score. It did a fair job in the bundled earphones test with a score of 8 on 10. It...

By Tech2 on 80

Connectivity Unlike the other variants of the Cookie, the GT505 is equipped with Wi-Fi and GPS. WisePilot has been preloaded for mapping and navigation and of course since Googles Mobile apps is on board you could also use Google Maps via A-GPS....

By PCWorld India on 77

The LG GT505 is priced at Rs. 10,800 and considering the features it offers and its good design and UI, the price-tag is quite...

By Expert Reviews on 40

LG's hardware has potential, but the GT505 is hamstrung by a lack of bundled applications and external memory....

By Know Your Mobile on 70

The LG GT505 takes the blueprint made popular by handsets like the LG Cookie and adds in a better camera and superior connectivity options, but it's now facing harsh competition from the emerging low-end Android...

By Phone Arena on 70

Performance and conclusion: All told, whatever test we threw at it, the LG GT505 performed decently and stuck to the golden medium. The same goes for the in-call quality voices through the earpiece are too sharp, but will get almost OK once...