LG Quantum

AKA: LG C900, LG Optimus Quantum

Available at: Bell, SaskTel

6.5/10 AVG.
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It proves itself to be a decent offering as it accentuates all the core aspects that Windows Phone 7 radiates.

- John Velasco , PhoneArena 

Specs summary

Screen
3.5"

The LG Quantum's screen is 3.5 inches with 480 x 800 pixels resolution.

Processor
1GHz

There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Windows Phone 7 (Update Available: 7.10.8773.98) operating system (OS).

Camera
5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
16 GB

Internal memory is 16 GB. No external card slot is available for expansion.

Battery
1500mAh

The phone is powered by a 1500 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. LG's performance ratings are 14.5 days standby time, 360 minutes talk time.


Prices (Where to Buy)


LG Quantum C900 Unlocked

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LG Quantum C900 16GB Black AT&T Windows 7 Smartphone Good Condition

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LG C900 Quantum AT&T 5. Camera Touch Music Bluetooth WiFi Windows Near Mint

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LG Quantum C900 16GB Black AT&T Cricket Windows 7 Smartphone LGIP-690F

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Reviews (6.5/10 Avg. rating)


This cellular device includes several additional features that make it even more multimedia friendly

from Top Ten Reviews (4 years ago)

The LG Quantum represents a big leap in the right direction for Windows. Aside from its few drawbacks such as its short battery life, large size and lack of memory expansion, this cellular device makes multitasking simple and listening to music enjoyable. Plus, if you don't like using a touchscreen... More

The LG Quantum represents a big leap in the right direction for Windows. Aside from its few drawbacks such as its short battery life, large size and lack of memory expansion, this cellular device makes multitasking simple and listening to music enjoyable. Plus, if you don't like using a touchscreen to type, this device also has a flip-out QWERTY keyboard.

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6/10

A well rounded experience that offers the additional convenience factor of a physical keyboard

from PhoneArena (5 years ago)

If you really despise using touch-only input options, then the selection for Windows Phone 7 devices on AT&T's lineup is primarily limited to the LG Quantum, for right now. However, the inconsistent experience with the platform not being optimized for landscape use can be a hindrance for some. S... More

If you really despise using touch-only input options, then the selection for Windows Phone 7 devices on AT&T's lineup is primarily limited to the LG Quantum, for right now. However, the inconsistent experience with the platform not being optimized for landscape use can be a hindrance for some. Still, it proves itself to be a decent offering as it accentuates all the core aspects that Windows Phone 7 radiates. Is it by chance a quantum leap over existing devices? Clearly no. But it still personifies a well rounded experience that offers the additional convenience factor of a physical keyboard.

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8.5/10

It's as solid a smartphone as any on the market, though it's not a quantum leap forward

from Phone Scoop (5 years ago)

The LG Quantum combines mostly good hardware with a solid smartphone operating system. Though it still looks a bit too much like a feature phone for my tastes, I am sure many people won't look at it that way. The Quantum is heavy and dense, but offers a roomy QWERTY keyboard for messaging and a... More

The LG Quantum combines mostly good hardware with a solid smartphone operating system. Though it still looks a bit too much like a feature phone for my tastes, I am sure many people won't look at it that way. The Quantum is heavy and dense, but offers a roomy QWERTY keyboard for messaging and a fantastic display.

The Quantum performed well at the basics (signal strength, call quality and battery life), and was fast and responsive throughout the user interface. Even the camera and video player stepped up to the plate and delivered a solid base hit.

Microsoft's fledgling smartphone platform still has weaknesses, such as limited landscape support, and lack of cut-and-paste, but those are mostly forgivable for now. WP7's messaging toolset is excellent and there are already plenty of third-party apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace to get you started with social networking, as well as fill in other gaps within WP7.

Would I recommend the LG Quantum? Yes, yes I would.

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Love the cellular but it is lacking......

(4 years ago)

I absolutely love the phone but it is lacking some of the features I look for in a cellular. First of all it is not able to send videos via text, email or anyway at all. I am very disappointed in this lacking ability for a "Smartphone"! Second of all, the apps suck compared to an Android cellular. W... More

I absolutely love the phone but it is lacking some of the features I look for in a cellular. First of all it is not able to send videos via text, email or anyway at all. I am very disappointed in this lacking ability for a "Smartphone"! Second of all, the apps suck compared to an Android cellular. Was really looking forward to these features on my LG Quantum but very disappointed with these missing components. :(

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