We’ve had the LG Leon here in our blog, now it’s time for its big sister (or bro), the LG Magna for us to show you what to expect of this LG handset.
First out of the box, we have the unit LG Magna, 2540mAh removable battery, travel adapter, USB cable, earphones, the quick start guide, and the warranty card.
The box is almost similar to LG Leon’s with bright colors that definitely is an LG make.
So we took LG Magna for a spin and here’s our review.
Like the other LG handsets, LG Magna is equipped with its unique KNOCK code feature which makes the handset more easy to use and navigate from turning it on and powering it off. Like LG Leon, LG Magna has a 8MP rear camera plus the 5MP front facing camera on a 5-inch 720 x 1280 IPS LCD capacitive touch display of 16M colors; with 1GB RAM, 8 GB expandable up to 32G microSD. Same with LG Leon, LG Magna runs on 1.3GHz Quad Core Processor.
We like the capacitive button selection which lets you choose the arrangement how you want them to look in your home screen.
The 5 inch display with body dimension of 139.8 x 69.9 x 10.1 mm (5.50 x 2.75 x 0.40 in) is almost the exact body size that we are looking for a smartphone right now. We don’t want our device too small and too big to handle. So this is near perfect.
LG Magna has a lightweight body 137g (4.83oz) and gently curved design which you can fit easily on your pocket.
LG Magna is a Dual SIM Smartphone GSM / HSPA / LTE. Don’t worry guys. It’s both capable of the Micro SIM and it’s not a nano SIM card slot.
LG Magna’s sound quality is very much decent plus it has an innovative UI to start off. There are quite of preinstalled app on LG Magna and you can add more by simply installing from the Google Play Store.
The 2540mAh battery is also good with lasting performance.
By the way, LG Magna doesn’t have those power buttons and volume rocker on each side of the device. Instead, they are located at the back cover where the Rear Key feature is found.
So for those looking for a mid-range phone with unique feature and design, you need to take a look at LG Magna. Initially priced at PhP 9,990 when it was launched in the Philippines in May 2015.
For the good news, LG Magna is now available for only PhP 7,990 for a limited only from July 15 until August 2, 2015. This isin relation to the on-going LG Handsets Red Tag Sale in select and participating stores nationwide.Other handsets included in the sale are the premium LG G4 and LG G3.
The LG Red Tag Sale runs from July 15 to August 2, 2015. For more details on the LG Red Tag Sale as well as the complete list of participating stores, visithttp://www.lg.com/ph/inside-lg/lg-red-tag-sale
To learn more about LG’s Red Tag Sale, visit http://www.lg.com/ph; like LG Philippines’ Facebook page; or follow @LGPhilippines on Twitter and Instagram.
So there it is. You have a budget priced mid-range phone in your hand. Don’t miss the Red Tag Sale so you too can enjoy the LG Magna.
We give LG Magna for these great offerings a 5/5 rating.
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