LG GT540 Optimus
Looks, Android OS and apps, Interactive touchscreen
WiFi, 3G & GPS Support, Very Good Music Playback, Efficient Browser, Looks Cool, Google Mobile Services
Inexpensive; comes in different colors, 3.5mm audio connector; compact form factor.
Wifi, Bluetooth 2.1, quadband GSM/EDGE, 3G, HSDPA, HSUPA, microSD / microSDHC card support, FM radio with RDS, Autointegration of Facebook, Twitter, Bebo accounts
Superb performance, Good call quality, Plays Xvid
Social networkers are well catered for LG’s SNS client....
No secondary camera, No flash
Resistive Touchscreen, Spotty Touch Sensitivity, Sluggish Operation
Small, resistive touchscreen; build quality not great; slow performance; older Android OS version (though upgrade is forthcoming).
Has a resistive screen, Does not play most of the popular video formats
A memory card is needed to operate the camera. The fact that LG hasn’t included one in the box is a sin.Look and Feel...
By Computeractive on July 13, 2011
Not a great phone, but if you can't spend more and want a smartphone, it'll do the job...60
By BrightHub on May 19, 2011
The LG Optimus GT540 is a budget Android smartphone which doesn't have much to offer. In this price range, I would recommend the Samsung Spica i5700. You should also check out our list of Top 10 Android Smartphones.Next Article » ...60
By LetsGoMobile on November 25, 2010
T he LG Optimus Android is a beginner level Android smartphone that lets you do many things. LG has included a list of top-10 applications so that you can get started immediately. With Wi-Fi and 3G internet, all connections are possible. The...70
By Expert Reviews on November 20, 2010
Although it's good value, the sleek Optimus has an out-of-date version of Android, and LG hasn't done much to improve on the basic interface
By FoneArena on October 25, 2010
A few days ago we had the LG Optimus arrive at our office for review and we even had an unboxing of the LG Optimus.The LG Optimus is an inexpensive Android offering from LG, designed to fit into that sweet spot of sub 15k price point. This after all...-
By Pocket-lint on October 18, 2010
Thanks to its large screen, slick design and excellent multimedia functions, this is a great choice for first-time smartphone users, but it's let down somewhat by the inclusion of a resistive...70
By MobileBurn on October 11, 2010
Here are some live photos of the new LG Optimus 7Q dressed up as the Quantum for AT&T. The phone features a full QWERTY keyboard and a nice 3.5-inch WVGA resolution touchscreen display. At times the phone felt a bit slow, which might be the fault of...-
By GadgetSpeak on October 01, 2010
To me this looks a very stylish piece of kit. A brushed metal silver grey item with a large touch screen surely a must have for anyone who wants to look the part. However being down to earth my question is does it do the...80
By PC Authority on September 30, 2010
Clunky and unresponsive, LG’s Optimus is one to avoid...50
By Stuff NZ on September 27, 2010
If you are looking for a quick, stylish Android phone with most of the mod-cons which won't break the bank, the LG GT540 may be for you. The pseudo-brushed metal case is, of course, plastic and seems to scratch rather easily. It is quite...-