If you take a look at the LG Thrill’s specs, you can pretty much summarize this section. Browsing the web on the phone turned out to be a great experience with the 1GHz Dual-Core, Dual-Channel RAM processor. This combination also allowed for a pretty memorable multi-tasking experience. We also can’t brag enough about the ultra responsive 4.3″ TFT capacitive touchscreen.
After holding the LG Thrill for a couple of seconds, you realize how heavy the phone actually is. As well, the battery life on the LG Thrill is just as bad as on the HTC EVO 3D. We figured that with the delay on the phones release, LG has had more than enough time to put together a longer lasting battery than the one in HTC’s EVO 3D.
The LG Thrill 4G is for the consumer who wants to have a feature that no one else has on their phone. Some people like new things and would find the 3D feature to be an amazing feature, others can see it as being pointless and occasionally annoying. Is the 3D actually neccessary on the phone? No, but it makes as a great featuring when also including a 1GHz Dual-Core, Dual-Channel RAM processor, 16GB of on-board memory, and a dual 5MP stereoscopic camera for 3D photo and video capture… all for $99.99 with a two-year contract. Also, the “Let’s Golf 2″ in 3D game is extremely addicting.
The LG Thrill 4G is sporting a some huge features and hardware under the hood. For the $99.99 pricing with a two-year contract, this phone is a pretty sizzling deal. After testing the phone for a week, it seems like its meant to target early adopters and is sure to help gain some attention for the 3D gaming industry and developers.
Hardware, Key Features, and Specifications:
- 1GHz Dual-Core, Dual-Channel RAM processor
- 512 MB RAM
- 4.3″ TFT capacitive touchscreen
- Glasses-free 3D viewing
- 16GB total user memory
- Up to 32GB of removable microSD memory
- Dual 5MP stereoscopic camera for 3D photo and video capture
- 720p 3D and 1080p 2D High Definition Video Capture