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  1. LG Optimus 3D review

    LG Optimus 3D review

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    Is the world's first glasses-free 3D smartphone worth the premium price?

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    LG Optimus Black review

    LG Optimus Black review

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    Could this high-end LG smartphone have the specs to give Apple a run for its money?

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    LG Optimus 2X review

    LG Optimus 2X review

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    Will the world's first dual-core smartphone prove to be a powerhouse?

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    LG Optimus One review

    LG Optimus One review

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    It appears LG has decided to go back to basics with the Optimus One - a standard, no frills, 3.2-inch Android 2.2 smartphone for the everyman. But do we really need another lower-spec Android phone when the Orange San Franciso exists?

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    LG Viewty Snap GM360 review

    LG Viewty Snap GM360 review

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    The LG Viewty Snap GM360 boasts as its standout feature 5 megapixel Schneider Kreuznach optics and something LG calls 'optic-all' zoom.

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    LG Optimus 7 review

    LG Optimus 7 review

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    Windows Phone 7 has arrived an array of different handsets, so here we're looking at LG's entry: the Optimus 7.

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    LG Town review

    LG Town review

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    Small, budget-friendly and complete with a slide out QWERTY keyboard, the LG Town GT350 seems and attractive social networker's phone. But does it do enough?

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    LG Cookie Fresh review

    LG Cookie Fresh review

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    LG sometimes seems like an unstoppable force, churning out handset after handset at regular and frequent intervals. As well as plenty of standalone mobiles, there are several series, with the Viewty, Chocolate and Cookie ranges standing out in the mind.

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    LG Chocolate BL20 review

    LG Chocolate BL20 review

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    LG has introduced a more sweetly priced slider phone – the Chocolate BL20 – to try and tempt style-savvy phone buyers not interested in the more feature packed (but higher-priced) Chocolate BL40.

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    LG GM750 review

    LG GM750 review

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    A neat and compact mobile phone, but usability is flawed by the unresponsive touchscreen

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    LG Pop GD510 review

    LG Pop GD510 review

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    After LG's success with the cash-conscious Cookie KP500 – which notched up over 10 million sales in just over a year – LG must be hoping for similar things from this stylishly slimline LG Pop GD510, which is selling for under £100 on a pay as you go package.

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    LG GW520 review

    LG GW520 review

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    It's more stylish Cookie than clever Arena, but the GW520 feels underpowered where it counts

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    LG GD910 Watch Phone review

    LG GD910 Watch Phone review

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    LG has finally launched the GD910 watch phone to the UK public, for the far-less-than expected price of £500. Packed with a touchscreen, Bluetooth and even a camera, is it a gimmick or the start of a real life Dick Tracy era?

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    LG BL40 Chocolate review

    LG BL40 Chocolate review

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    LG has brought another edition to its Black Label line, this time in the shape of the LG BL40 Chocolate. The world's first full cinematic screen mobile, the new Chocolate brings LG's richest feature set yet.

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    LG GD900 Crystal review

    LG GD900 Crystal review

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    LG's groundbreaking transparent GD900 Crystal isn't about beating Apple or Google's Android at their own game - it's about pushing the boundaries of what's possible in a feature phone,

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    LG KF900 Prada review

    LG KF900 Prada review

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    Has LG's latest designer phone sacrificed design for more features?

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    LG KC780 review

    LG KC780 review

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    An impressive cameraphone, but there's little else here to turn heads

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    LG KF300 review

    LG KF300 review

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    If you're in the market for a pretty but basic budget phone, this LG could be for you

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    LG KC550 review

    LG KC550 review

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    LG has taken the unusual step of putting a 5-megapixel camera into a phone that in other respects is really a low-to-midrange handset. It makes sense when you think about it, if you're particularly interested in getting a camera with your phone, do you necessarily care about GPS, Wi-Fi, touchscreens or 3G?

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    LG KF510 review

    LG KF510 review

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    LG has made good capital out of its Chocolate series with its hidden buttons and it could be said that most of their handsets since have been a variation on that theme. But if it ain’t broke, why fix it, and while the prosaically named KF510 dispenses with the Chocolate moniker, but it’s certainly taken on some of the Chocolate style.

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    LG KF700 review

    LG KF700 review

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    The LG KF700 looks like a familiar touchscreen phone – the front dominated by a large 3-inch screen with no buttons to be seen. But LG has equipped it with a slide out numberpad at the bottom for more conventional number dialling and text tapping. In addition, this triple-action phone has a novel Shortcut Dial on the side for quick access to a bunch of functions and applications, and for menu scrolling and other operational duties

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    LG KF600 review

    LG KF600 review

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    Every major mobile phone maker may be trying their hand at touchscreens in the wake of the iPhone, but with the KF600 LG has managed to come up with a touch-controlled phone offering something distinctly different. To start with, LG hasn't opted for full, large screen touch operation, like Apple's iconic handset, and LG's own successful Viewty. Instead, it has introduced a novel twin screen hybrid arrangement on a sliderphone chassis.

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