Bought my first new phone in three years a week ago, something to replace my aging N95 8GB. To be honest, it's a step down in features from the N95 (no 3G or HSDPA, no video calling, 3.2 megapixel camera vs the N95's 5 megapixels, no digital zoom, no GPS, no headphone jack) but it has Wi-Fi connectivity (just like the N95), a touchscreen interface (takes some getting used to), and more importantly, it's a dual-sim phone, a feature I've been interested in for quite a while now. It's also my first LG phone, having had nothing but Nokias for my main phones for more than a decade. LG isn't a pushover though, as far as mobile phone manufacturers are concerned...it's currently number 3 in the world.
Not really in the mood to write a full review right now, so here's something from Daily Digitals:
LG GX500 Dual SIM Mobile Phone
LG Electronics has announced a new mobile phone called LG GX500. The thickness of LG GX500 is 13 mm packs a 3-inch touch screen with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels (WVGA) and 3M pixel camera.
The LG mobile phone GX500 is equipped with two SIM card slots and supports simultaneous operation, microSD card slot, microUSB port, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11b / g and a battery 1500 mAh. GX500 LG phone is integrated with social networking, Web browser Opera Mini 5, Russian-English dictionary. There is no information on prices of LG GX500.