onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold

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onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold

onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold

onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold

Up at the top of the phone, you have your power/lock button on the right and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the left. In between them is the Micro-USB port, which has an attached cover you can pop out. This is not unusual on LG phones, and some might appreciate the extra layer of protection for this opening. Others, however, might find this annoying to fiddle with every time they plug and unplug the charger. Lastly, there is a volume rocker on the right side of the phone. In terms of design, when compared with the MyTouch phones on HTC, the MyTouch by LG is an upgrade. It's slender and smooth, and, despite its plastic build, pretty sleek-looking.

FeaturesThe MyTouch by LG runs on T-Mobile's HSPA+ "4G" network and is loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, (There's no word yet on whether or not it will be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich.) Powering this critter is a 1GHz Snapdragon processor by Qualcomm, Inside you'll find a wealth of standard apps that'll keep your life organized and up-to-date, The phone has an alarm clock function, a book app that onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold has "Treasure Island," "The Three Musketeers," and "Wuthering Heights" already loaded, a navigational app, a memo function called Richnote, and a calendar app for managing your schedule, There are also go-to Web 2.0 apps like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter..

The phone is jam-packed with a bunch of preinstalled T-Mobile apps as well. One is Polaris Office, which functions like Microsoft Office on your phone. It has word processing, spreadsheet, and file-viewing capabilities. Also, you can edit Microsoft Office files, view PDF and image files, and decompress ZIP files. Another is a voice command app called the Genius Button. You can call, send texts, search terms, and get directions simply by opening the Genius Button and speaking into your phone. Other apps include MobileLife Organizer, T-Mobile Mall (where you can purchase T-Mobile apps, ringtones, and games), and Slacker radio. Lastly, the phone comes with a 30-day trial of T-Mobile TV, where you can stream live TV from channels like Fox News and ESPN, and download shows like "30 Rock" and "Grey's Anatomy." When you download episodes, you have a choice of either saving it to your phone's internal memory, which holds up to 2GB, or the SD card's memory, which holds up to 32GB.

Unfortunately, a lot of these apps (or "bloatware" if you prefer) can't be uninstalled, So while you may enjoy some of what the titles have to offer, you're stuck with them unless you root your phone, In addition, there's another thing you'll have to deal with--the phone comes preloaded with Carrier IQ, Remember that piece of Android software back in December that collected onlycase series classic case for apple iphone xs max - rose gold usage data and caused a media firestorm when it was discovered? Yeah, that's it, Lastly, there is 5-megapxel camera on the rear of the phone, The camera has digital zooming, autofocus, and face detection, You'll also have a wide array of photo options such as a brightness meter, some color effects (black-and-white, sepia, negative), a white-balance picker, and a timer, The camera can record 720 video at 30 frames per second, but it cannot zoom or focus during recordings..

A huge flaw I found with the camera is the fact that it has no LED flash. I know this is supposed to be a midtier camera. But, seriously, no flash? And indeed, there are plenty of phones within the MyTouch's class that have them, so I miss it here. No flash means no nighttime pictures, no flashlight when you drop your keys in the car, and no handheld strobe machine. When I took the phone hiking to Mission Peak in Fremont, Calif., to take pictures of the great view, the photos were nice and clear. Although the sun was setting at the time, there was still a lot of light to take advantage of. However, the photos aren't the crispest, and the colors aren't as vibrant as they were in real life (there was an overall blue hue to them). When I transferred the JPEG files to a computer, the colors appeared even duller than when displayed on the phone.


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