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It is one of three phones (along with the LG dLite and LG GS170) that mark LG's first time pairing up with provider T-Mobile.

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Pros

Feels snappier and more responsive than most budget touchscreen phones.

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User interface is attractive and well laid out.

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Thin, lightweight design is attractive, fits well in-pocket.

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Cons

Poor music performance--playback is muddied.

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Proprietary headphone jack, obviously, limits headphone options severely.

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Dim display that washes out almost completely in sunlight.

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Weak speakerphone--tinny and limited in volume.

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Lock screen is awkward and annoying--pops up during calls, makes it hard to ignore a missed alert.

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The LG Sentio (GS505) is one of three phones (along with the LG dLite and LG GS170) that mark LG's first time pairing up with provider T-Mobile. While not a smartphone, the Sentio comes equipped with a variety of higher-end functionality especially when compared to the dLite and GS170. The Sentio comes equipped with a 3-inch touchscreen, a 3 megapixel camera with video capture as well as 3G capability. Additionally, the Sentio features T-Mobile's Social Buzz app.

The Sentio's 3 megapixel camera allows for fairly decent quality pictures to be taken as well as low resolution video capture while the Sentio's microSD/microSDHC allows for extended picture/video storage space. Meanwhile, the Sentio's 3G capability allows for faster web-browsing while T-Mobile's Social Buzz app allows for quick access to social network status updates.

Features

 

  • 3-inch touchscreen
  • T-Mobile's Social Buzz app allows for social network status updates
  • microSD/microSDHC memory slot
  • Inbuilt mp3 player
  • 3 megapixel camera with video capture
  • 3G capable
  • GPS
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