Physical buttons; big and nice screen; 16GB internal storage; decent battery life; big update coming from Microsoft soon.
Phone overheats while charging; WP7 still has lots of minor issues; no local Marketplace.
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 06, 2011
Telecom recently launched the LG Optimus 7Q as a contender to HTC’s 7 Trophy, Vodafone’s top Windows Phone 7 (WP7) handset.The Optimus has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, on which I could happily write a few hundred words. This is the main area...90
By TechCentral on March 08, 2011
LG has crafted a WP7 phone that is both practical and stylish. There is so much to like about the Optimus 7 - it has physical buttons with good tactile feedback, a large and nice 3.8in screen, ample storage, and a decent battery. The camera is good...80
By Pocket-lint on December 07, 2010
The LG Optimus 7Q is just too heavy and large to...60
By CNET Australia on October 22, 2010
The 7Q trades off quite a bit to accommodate its QWERTY keyboard and can't overcome the fact that it has the smallest, poorest screen of the WP7 launch...80
By Mobilsiden on October 21, 2010
Helt kort kan de siges, at selve mobilen er lkker og gemmenfrt - og det samme er styresystemet. Det er bare desvrre ikke klar til det danske marked. Ud fra ovenstende, m konklusionen og dommen derfor vre, at LG...-