LG CG225 (AT&T) review: LG CG225 (AT&T)

The CG225 camera doesn't have a flash or a self-portrait mirror.

The LG CG225's VGA camera is ordinary. You get 640x480, 320x240 and 160x120 resolutions; a 4X zoom (not usable at the highest resolution); a multishot option for taking up to nine shots in a row; a self-timer that you can set to 5 or 10 seconds; brightness and white-balance adjustments; three shutter sounds, as well as a silent option; and three color effects. A handy memory meter keeps track of the available storage (up to 74 at the lowest resolution). Photo quality is what you'd expect from a VGA camera: fine for displaying online but nothing you'd want to print out. The CG225 does not record video.

The CG225 ha standard image quality for a VGA camera.

You can personalize the LG CG225 with a variety of wallpaper and sounds, but it has few integrated options. If you want more selections, you can download them with the WAP 2.0 wireless Web browser. Additional ring tones are available as well. You get two Java (J2ME) demo games: Tetris and Midnight Pool. For extended play, you'll have to buy the full versions or purchase other titles.

What you'll pay

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