Those who prefer the Android OS will find that the LG Marquee offers them all of the functionality they are looking for in a smartphone, but in the body of a racecar. The ultra-light and svelte design of the Marquee is only matched by the bright Nova display. Android Gingerbread 2.3 is the operating system of the smart phone, and the latest Google OS lives up to the high reputation of Google products.
The 5 MP rear facing camera takes decent quality pictures, and the 2 MP front facing camera is added as a special bonus. Featuring built in GPS, Bluetooth, and WiFi, this simple LG smartphone is a great mid-range handset. One area where the Marquee stands out in the area of call quality, and the sound transmitted through the speakers is clear and crisp.
The good looks and the unique design of the Marquee is making it an instant seller, and anyone looking for a quality Android phone in the middling price range should consider this device. This Sprint phone mimics the LG Optimus Black, but the Marquee outshines its counterpart by offering the bright screen and memorable charm.
The latest Android OS comes with more features, greater control, and fewer bugs. The Swype virtal keyboard makes typing a pleasure, and the Android OS is compatible with all of the Google products that makes these phones such a popular choice. A micro USB port is even featured on the top of the device alongside the headphone jack, and the 16 million colors supported by the WVGA screen ensures that anything pictured on the screen are bright and dazzling.
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