Last updated September 15th, 2013 at 01:21 am
If we talk about the key players in smartphone market then LG cannot be ignored. There are many great smartphones that have been introduced by LG during last couple of years. LG OPtimus Regard is also one of the finest smartphones that you can enjoy using. This smartphone has got all those features that you may have desired for a smartphone. In this post, we are going to review LG Optimus Regard for you people.
The design of LG Optimus Regards is quite simple and straightforward. It has got the LTE support and the call quality is really amazing. The overall features offered by Optimus Regard are pretty good. While using the phone, I realized that the camera quality of Optimus Regard is not that great. The picture quality is blurry and not clear. If we talk about the audio quality, the audio is not good as well and phone offers bad audio quality on all audio levels. The data speed on 3G network is quite slow as well. If you are going to use an android smartphone for the first time, LG Optimus Regard is a good option for you. However, if you need better camera quality then you will have to find another smartphone.
Build and Design
I would say that Optimus Regard is nothing but another plastic made android smartphone in a rectangular shape. However, I’m not trying to defame the phone. Most of the phones are designed the same way. The size of the phone is smaller as compared to many new smartphones in the market. The height of the phone is 4.37 inches and the width is 2.29 inches whereas the depth is 0.45 inches. However, the handset is quite heavy at 4.72 ounces.
On top of the display screen, you will find camera lens and sensor and below, you will find standard ICS button. The rear camera is on the back side of the phone along with flash. On left side, you will find volume rocker buttons and Micro-USB charging port as well. On the top side, there is power/ sleep button along with a 3.5mm audio jack.
Interface and Display
The display size of the phone is quite smaller at 3.5 inches. Most of the android smartphones have a screen size of more than 4 inches and that is the main reason I was feeling quite weird while using this handset. The interface is good but it doesn’t offer much help due to smaller size of the screen. LG should have made it at least 4 inches tall. The screen resolution is only 480×320 pixels.
OS and Features
LG Optimus Regard runs on Android OS version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. There are plans to upgrade the phone to 4.1 Jelly Bean but there is no confirmation so far. The basic features offered by any android smartphone are also offered by Optimus Pride. You should not get your expectations too high while using this phone because this is still an entry level device.