LG GR500

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LG Xenon (GR500)
Manufacturer LG Electronics
Compatible networks UMTS / HSDPA / EDGE / GPRS GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Form factor Slider, Touch
Dimensions 4.16 x 2.11 x 0.62 inches
Weight 3.81 ounces (108 g)
Operating system Symbian S60
Removable storage microSD card ( holds up to a 16gb)
Battery 950 mAh
4 hours talk time
11 days stand by
Display 240 x 400 pixels 262k colors
External display 2.8 inches
Rear camera 2.0 megapixels
Flash

The LG Xenon[1] (LG GR500) is a mobile phone manufactured by LG Electronics, which features a touch screen and QWERTY keyboard on AT&T's 3G network. It offers a flash for the 2.0 mega pixel camera, GPS, multi tasking, a menu or favorite contacts, and a microSD slot for music, pictures, and video.[2] Voice dialing and video share are among the features on this phone. Newer models of the phone also include a front facing camera for video chat, that is incapable of recording video or pictures. Also, contrary to popular belief on many articles, the LG Xenon does not have Wi-Fi capability. [3] It also has photo editing.

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The LG Xenon comes in four colors; Black, Blue, Red, and Purple. It runs on an OS similar to its predecessor the LG Vu, and has a slide out QWERTY keyboard and resistive touch screen. Its keyboard has dedicated buttons (@, .com, New Text Message, Mobile Email, Address Book, Instant Messaging (AIM, Windows Live and Yahoo!) and MEdia Net) for prompt text and email messages. When opened, the phone is viewed in a wider aspect than when closed. A lock / unlock button on the right side allows the phone to be used while it is not open. The default themes are white with blue outlining, and black with red outlining.

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