The Good Small and comfortable to hold; decent call quality; good connectivity.
The Bad Unresponsive touchscreen; sluggish performance.
The Bottom Line The LG GM750 is a small and attractive Windows Mobile handset, but its sluggish performance and awful touchscreen make it a difficult phone to like
The touchscreen LG GM750 is one of the cheapest Windows Mobile handsets available. As with LG's other Windows Mobile offerings, the company has added its own user interface over the top of Microsoft's operating system. But are the results any good?
The GM750 can currently be picked up for free from Vodafone on a £25-per-month, 24-month contract. You can also find it SIM-free online for around £280.
Chip off the old block
At first glance, the GM750 looks almost identical to LG's previous touchscreen phones, such as the and . Like those handsets, the GM750 has a glossy black finish with a silver trim, and, as it's relatively narrow, it fits comfortably in the hand.
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