LG K40 review. LG has once again made a solid cell phone. This time around they have made a high quality smart phone with some great features. With some great technology, this phone is one of the best you can get.
I really like LG products, but for this review I’m going to simply write about the LG K40. The first thing to notice is how it looks and feels high quality. The K40 comes in really sleek black with an attractive premium finish. It has an almost futuristic metal body with thin lines at the top and bottom that really pick up your attention. The sides are textured which is a nice touch, and the home button even has a secondary mode button as well.
One of the best things about this phone is that it’s a great phone for people who like using one hand. It has a very simple layout that makes it easy to use and convenient to hold onto. The phone also comes with standard, small, backlit screen, meaning that even if you’re using your fingerprint sensor. The LG K40 will look just as professional as many of the high-tech phones out there. With its simple, yet trendy design and advanced power button. Also fingerprint sensor features, the LG K40 is one of the best phones available today.
Looks good so far, but what’s inside? Well the LG K40 is a single phone with a full QWERTY keyboard. I really liked how easy the keys are to press, even if they are on a smaller screen. The large space for the phone is enough for any task you would need it for. The large LCD screen is just as bright as you would expect, and easily readable no matter what you’re doing. The soft pink lemons are perfect for blending in with any look you want, especially since they match so well with the black of the phone.
A huge bonus for me is the built in apps. Between the wallpaper, icons, widgets, and other little features, the LG K40 gives you a lot of extra power. With the ability to run YouTube, Google+ Business, Facebook, and much more, you’ll definitely have quite a few things going on in your daily life that an external keyboard would not be able to handle. With the easy to use apps, it definitely makes running this phone much easier than any other.
The LG K40 has a single review, but it’s worth your time to read more. The phone runs great and the software is very nice. I like the simple navigation buttons even though I’m used to the large ones on my iPhones. The text is clear and fonts are clear. For anyone looking for a solid smartphone at a decent price, this is definitely one to consider.
The big weakness of the LG K40 is probably its lack of camera experience. I feel this was a minor drawback of the phone rather than a feature. The front and rear cameras on this smartphone are not the best. But at least you won’t have to take photos with a digital camera that’s not as good as new. The pictures are good enough, though. The battery life is average for a smart phone and the sound quality is not great, but the battery life should improve with future upgrades.
The LG K40’s biggest shortcoming is probably the short battery life it offers. This is the worst spec sheet we’ve seen for any smartphone. You’ll have to shell out quite a bit of money in order to fix this issue. Other complaints with this phone include the lack of software updates and apps that come pre-installed (not all carriers have them). There’s also no mobile data plan which leaves you a little low on options when you need a little more freedom from a cell phone carrier.
Despite these shortfalls, the LG K40 is still a very good phone. It’s just a little short on features compared to other smartphones on the market today. If you need a smartphone with a durable screen and a powerful battery time, however, this one is a good choice. A good mid-range smartphone with an excellent sound quality and great security features is usually a winning combination.