LG GM360 Viewty Snap And GT400 Viewty Smile Review: One For EverybodyBy cheatmaster 09:35 Tue, 10 Aug 2021 Comments
Today we got a special Viewty deal — two-for-the-price-of-one. The Snap and the Smile are nearly identical. One’s got a better camera, the other has 3G. It doesn’t see like a choice you’d want to create but let’s be honest here – you won’t be spending a fortune on either of them. Design will be a decider as well.
The LG GM360 Viewty Snap flaunts a 3” WQVideo Graphics Array (VGA) touchclassy screen and a 5MP Schneider-Kreuznach-certified capturing camera with Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash. Social networking integration sweetens the pot, but the lack of 3G is a disappointment.
LG GM360 Viewty Snap official photos
The LG Viewty Snap has a distinct Chocolate flavor in the styling and, with a fine still capturing camera and SNS, it might edge out the LG KM570 Cookie Gig from the hearts of teens and tweens alike.
Viewty Snap over Viewty Smile
- Social networking integration
- Schneider-Kreuznach certified lens and a Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash
- 3.5mm audio jack
Now it’s LG GT400 Viewty Smile’s turn – almost the same hardware as the Smile, this time with faster data speeds. However the fancy label on the lens and the Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash are gone, as is (rather strangely) the 3.5 mm audio jack.
LG GT400 Viewty Smile official photos
We’ll see what incompatibility that Schneider-Kreuznach label makes, but the readily accessible microSD slot is instantly appreciated. The missing audio jack is another matter – you have to utilize a Universal Serial Bus (USB) headset with the Smile.
Viewty Smile over Viewty Snap
- 3G connectivity
- Side-mounted microSD port
- Accelerometer for automatic classy screen rotation
- Slightly higher battery capacity
- Less restrictive UI
- Music recognition service
Matte fingerprint resistant plastic and better looking buttons on the front score a point for the Smile. But it’s not just looks that separate the two – if you spdiscontinue a lot of time browsing (or utilize Universal Serial Bus (USB) tethering), you’ll benefit a lot from the 3G connectivity, especially in the absence of Wi-Fi.
So, here they are – so similar yet different enough to have potential buyers sitting on a fence. The LG Viewty Snap is for the younger crowd – they hold lots of photos, check their Facebook page a few times a day and carry around loads of music on their phone.
The LG Viewty Snap and Viewty Smile on our test range
They will just have to bite the bullet and go back to the blackages of EDGE. Not so with the LG Viewty Smile. It’s more neutral in features and styling, so it will appeal to a larger audience.
We’ll let these two slug it out in the hardware part of the review and then go over the software. Keep in mind that both phones we’re testing are pre-release units and things might change in the final version.
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