The LG LX-160 is one of those “other” phones made by a company known for its sleek, thin brushed metal entries such as the Shine, LX 8700, Prada, etc. But while the LX-160 may not earn its own display booth at a consumer electronics show, it is nonetheless a competent entry that gets the job done.
The LG LX-160 is a small clamshell with good sound quality and provides the user a straight forward application mix, including a task list, world clock, memo pad, and alarm clock. It is Bluetooth capable (up to 20 pairings) and includes voice activated dialing, customizable caller ID and a dedicated text key.
Web access, email and IM support round out the feature set off this affordable and phone.
The LG LX-160 is a great choice for users looking for a simple, reliable cell phone that includes a practical set of features at a very affordable price.
The LG LX-160's screen is 1.8 inches with 128 x 160 pixels resolution.
The phone runs on the Other operating system (OS).
Internal memory is 8 MB. No external card slot is available for expansion.
The phone is powered by a 740 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. LG's performance ratings are 7.5 days standby time, 210 minutes talk time.