2 expert reviews - 0 user reviews
We have collected 2 reviews of the LG Cookie Lite. Experts rate LG Cookie Lite 4.8/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the LG Cookie Lite and LG Mobile phones.
The latest addition to LG's popular low-cost Cookie line is one of the smallest phones we've seen in years. The Cookie Lite, also known as the T300, offers a resistive touchscreen, microSD support and limited social-networking features, but lacks 3G. The Cookie Lite is available on pay as you go for around £40. If you're looking to go SIM-free, expect to pay about £80. The Cookie Lite's tiny size is clearly its strong point. This phone is so dinky you'd be forgiven for assuming it's some kind of kid's toy. That's perhaps deliberate, as it's unlikely to find favour with anyone but the very young. The Cookie Lite is a seriously small customer, as you can see when it's placed alongside the Samsung Galaxy S2. From the imprecise, 2.4-inch, resistive touchscreen to the lacklustre 1.3-megapixel camera, the Cookie Lite feels tired and old. This impression isn't helped by the fact that it lacks 3G connectivity, making online tasks laborious. Some respectability is clawed back by the inclusion of a microSD card slot and the ability to use your own headphones, thanks to the 3.5mm audio socket, but these features are less impressive now than they were a year ago.
The LG T300 is coming to Europe as the LG Cookie Lite T300, and is part of a teen-oriented line of simple featurephones. It has a 2.4” resistive touchscreen with 240x320 pixels of resolution, but it doesn’t come with a stylus. The candybar phone is small and slim, features a 1.3MP camera on the back, standard audio jack and a power button on the top, microSD slot and a volume rocker on the right, while the left side is occupied by the microUSB port with protective cover. The LG Cookie Lite accepts cards up to 4GB. The resistive screen is responsive for the technology, and there are three hardware buttons underneath it – send and end keys, plus a back button in their middle. The UI is executed in a funny cartoonish theme, which is one of two available, making it look like a handset you can easily give to your three year old to enjoy. There are four shortcuts on a dock at the bottom of the first home screen – for entering the dialer, phonebook, messaging and the menu. There is also a pullout menu, containing nine slots for your favorite contacts with pictures.