Feature phones

This is the state of top-of-the-line feature phones as of 2009-May. This list will not be updated. Except for the most basic needs, feature phones are a solution inferior to Android PDA phones and even the iPhone.

LG GC900 Viewty Smart

  • - available in 2009-May
  • - NOT a smartphone. Runs a proprietary LG OS.
  • - proprietary USB
  • 108.9 x 56.1 x 12.4 mm, 102 g
  • 3" 16M-color capacitive touchscreen TFT of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels)
  • 1.5GB flash storage, microSD card slot (up to 16GB)
  • + camera: 8 megapixel autofocus
    • + LED flash, manual focus, geo-tagging, image stabilization
    • + Video recording: 720x480@30fps, VGA@30fps, QVGA time-lapse and slow-mo video recording

LG GD900 Crystal

  • - not yet available
  • - useless transparent number dialing pad slides out

LG GM730

  • - 240x400, 3" display
  • 109.8 x 56.5 x 11.9 mm
  • + apparently the only LG phone so far running Windows Mobile
  • + 5MP camera with video; no mentions anywhere about camera flash
  • microSD up to 16GB
  • micro-USB

LG KC910 Renoir

LG KC910i Renoir

LG KM 900 Arena

Samsung Behold (Samsung SGH-T919 / Samsung Roxy)

  • - feature phone

Sony Ericsson Aino

  • featurephone, "Remote Play with PLAYSTATION 3l and PlayTV service support"

Motorola Evoke QA4

  • too narrow, too thick

Samsung Impression

Samsung Jet

  • - proprietary OS
  • + AMOLED
  • + 720x480 video capture
  • + 5MP camera with flash

Samsung Pixon

  • no WiFi
  • proprietary USB connector
  • 240x400
  • + "brightness sensor, which when activated makes the display usable in sunny days"

Samsung Pixon12 (Samsung GT-M8910, Samsung M8910)

Samsung A887 Solstice

  • no WiFi; overall a low-end device

Sony Ericsson C905


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