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LG Viewty Snap (with 5MP camera + flash) on PAYG with T-Mobile / Vodafone CLEARANCE - £49.90 delivered + £10 top up at e2save.
LG Viewty Snap (with 5MP camera + flash) on PAYG with T-Mobile / Vodafone CLEARANCE - £49.90 delivered + £10 top up at e2save.

LG Viewty Snap (with 5MP camera + flash) on PAYG with T-Mobile / Vodafone CLEARANCE - £49.90 delivered + £10 top up at e2save.

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The LG GM360 Viewty Snap mobile phone is an affordable touchscreen phone, with an impressive 5.0-megapixel camera and a strong focus on Social Networking.

The LG Viewty Snap is ready to do just that – snap great photos and record video on the move! It’s 5.0-megapixel camera features high quality Schneider-Kreuznach lens, usually only found on high end digital cameras. A power LED flash, autofocus and automatic light adjustor give you the tools to take fantastic photos – whatever the setting! The LG Viewty Snap features a powerful ‘Optic-all’ Zoom, which allows you to zoom and focus without losing quality. You can even upload photos to Facebook or Twitter with one touch, with GPRS/Edge connectivity through your WAP internet browser.

The LG GM360 Viewty Snap is slim, compact and user friendly. A customisable home screen, allows you to put shortcuts to your favourite features and services. You can have quick access to your latest Facebook posts and more with a live Social Networking feed. Push notifications make accessing your email quick and easy. An MP3 player, FM radio, expandable memory up to 16GB and Bluetooth round up this attractive and affordable mobile phone.

Key Features

* Enjoy an easier, more natural mobile experience with a 3 inch touchscreen
* Take great pictures with a 5.0-megapixel camera with powerful features
* Receive notifications of new emails as they arrive with Push email
* Integrated Social Networking features make staying in touch easier!
* Expand the memory of your phone up to 16GB via MicroSD memory card
* Share files or connect a handsfree device with Bluetooth connectivity

5 Comments

Whats wrong with this phone? it seems decent enough, pretty good for the price actually so wondering why its being voted cold??? Has anyone got experience with this phone, I fancy getting me one of these new touch screens

Hazza306

Whats wrong with this phone? it seems decent enough, pretty good for the … Whats wrong with this phone? it seems decent enough, pretty good for the price actually so wondering why its being voted cold??? Has anyone got experience with this phone, I fancy getting me one of these new touch screens



No 3G.....

Ive had a viewty snap for a few months as a back up and whilst my Desire was away for repair. The camera is very good, the on board photo editor is pretty good too. Battery life is a plus point.

The touch screen is a bit hit and miss, sometimes it is too sensitive, sometimes it needs poking several times. No comparison to the Desire really. This is the price this phone should have been in the first place.

How's the HTC desire? im looking for a new phone and I dont know which one is best

I was unlucky enough to have one of the first batch of Desires. The motherboard packed up after a few months (repaired FOC). My one gripe is battery life, which has improved a bit under FroYo but is still pretty poor.

Having said that, I can't complain. £10 a month for 100 mins, unlimited texts, 3gb of internet and my desire was free for some reason I never got to the bottom of.
Edited by: "thudd" 12th Nov 2010
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