LG GM730: Powered by Windows Mobile ~ Cell Phone Reviews

LG GM730: Powered by Windows Mobile


Written on 6/21/2009 02:20:00 PM by poison_ivy

It's been a while since I've seen LG phones powered by Windows Mobile. The last one, I think, was the LG KS20. Well, that was around two years ago and thankfully, LG will soon release another smartphone powered by Windows Mobile: the LG GM730.

The LG GM730 sports the same look as the LG Arena, and if I'm not mistaken, the same S-Class User interface which means you probably will get that cube interface that the LG Arena has been using.

Aside from the S-Class user interface, there's nothing that really differentiates the LG GM730 from my Samsung Omnia. Screen area-wise, the Samsung Omnia sports a bit bigger screen of 3.2 inches compared with the LG G730's 3 inch screen. Both devices have accelerometers, microSD slots, 3G/HSDPA, FM Radio, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 5 megapixel cameras. Although the LG GM730 may have the upperhand on the camera department since it sports a Schneider-Kreuznach optics but again, we'll have to see some comparison shots before we conclude anything.

On the other hand, the processor on teh LG GM730 is a Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 MHz processor versus Samsung Omnia's processing power of 624 MHz. I have no idea as to the RAM capacity but it seems that the LG GM730's internal memory isn't as large as the Samsung Omnia.

When it comes down to it, like the HTC Touch Diamond2, it all boils down to which user interface you prefer, Samsung Touchwiz, LG's S-Class or HTC's TouchFlo 3D.

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