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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the LG LX160 from Sprint. It is a very basic phone; we are talking no camera, no music player, nothing fancy here. On the front here you get a color display, on the side the typical volume control and a voice dialing button and that is how you get a charger jack. So open it up, you get pretty natural display but that's okay because it is a basic phone. On the bottom here you get a pretty nice keypad, you know pretty basic, nice bubbly navigation controls here, so it's a pretty basic phone but you do get Bluetooth, you do get web browsing, you do get mobile e-mail, you do get texting[Sp?] instant messaging. So even though it is such a basic phone, you do get some advanced features out of this. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the LG LX160.
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