As one of the few Windows Phone 7 devices to offer a physical QWERTY keyboard, the Quantum packs a speedy 1 GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera with a flash, and 1,500 mAh battery.What's Bad: Quantum looks a lot like a featurephone; smallish display in
Full QWERTY keyboard. LG throws in some extra apps. Good RF reception. Solidly built.
Usable QWERTY keyboard, Solid construction
The LG Quantum features a spacious full QWERTY keyboard and solid hardware. LG throws in 10 free apps. The Windows Phone 7 device has full wireless options and DLNA support, as well as a 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture.
The LG Quantum features a full QWERTY keypad.
Quantum looks a lot like a featurephone; smallish display in comparison to the other WP7 devices.
Heavy. Smallish screen. Bizarrely shaped and positioned shift and function buttons. Poor camera.
Interface not fully optimized for landscape, Hard to press shift & function keys
The Quantum is heavy. The screen is on the smaller side, and Windows Phone 7 has limited landscape support. No expandable memory.
There is no memory expansion option available for this device.
By BrightHub on May 19, 2011
The LG Quantum is an excellent Windows Phone 7 device which comes with a lot of great features. The only problem is, almost every Windows Phone 7 device is a superb one. All of them offer nearly the same hardware specifications and exactly the...80
By G4tv.com on February 16, 2011
Video Review: The LG Quantum features a 3.5" touch screen, slide out keyboard and Windows 7 with access to Xbox Live games, Zune Marketplace and real time social feeds. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey check out the Quantum for its official Gadget...100
By Pocket PC Thoughts on February 16, 2011
This is my review video of the LG Quantum (), a Windows Phone 7 device and in . This phone is part of the first wave of Windows Phone 7 devices, and features a solid list of specs: 1 Ghz CPU, 16 GB of storage, a 3.5 inch 800 x 480 screen, built-in...-
By Pocketables on February 01, 2011
Windows Phone 7 is still very premature. The Marketplace is underdeveloped, and the WiFi bug is a more serious issue than the iPhone 4's Antennagate problem. The LG Quantum can't be a great device when the operating system that it's running...-
By PhoneDog on December 29, 2010
If you need the physical keyboard, the LG Quantum is your device. Otherwise, there's more to like in the HTC Surround and Samsung Focus. LG Quantum Review by Aaron - Image Gallery TweetBecome a PhoneDog Fan on Facebook and don't forget to...-
By infoSync World on December 22, 2010
We think the LG Quantum is the most logical choice out of the current crop of Windows 7 phones for AT&T. Its slide-out QWERTY keyboard is exceedingly useful and makes texting and working on Office documents a breeze. The phone is highly sensitive to...83
By CellPhoneQuick on December 19, 2010
It may simply be the case that the Quantum is an acquired taste. If you like a more conservative approach to your Windows Phone, the Quantum will fit the bill. I can see it appealing to those who use their Windows Phones as a business device first...-
By PC Mag on December 10, 2010
The LG Quantum's QWERTY keyboard will win some users over, but Windows Phone 7 needs to cope better with landscape mode for a keyboard to be a great experience. Buy it...70
By Phone Arena on December 09, 2010
If you really despise using touch-only input options, then the selection for Windows Phone 7 devices on AT&T's lineup is primarily limited to the LG Quantum, for right now. However, the inconsistent experience with the platform not being optimized...85
By cnet on November 30, 2010
Some design issues aside, the LG Quantum is a solid Windows Phone device with a spacious QWERTY keyboard for messaging...73