Hands-on with the LG MUZIQ from Sprint

Chris Scott Barr - Jun 26, 2007

If you’re looking for a simple phone that adds in music capabilities, but don’t want to shell out the dough for an Apple iPhone, you might check out the MUZIQ from Sprint.

The MUZIQ is only 0.61-inches thick and features a 128 x 160 pixel external screen and touch-sensitive external music controls. You will only get a 64MB MicroSD card to store your music, but it will accept up to a 4GB card. To get your music fix, you can download tunes via the Sprint Music Store over their 3G network. If you don’t feel like downloading music, they have plenty of streaming options available to you.


One very cool feature that I hope other phone makers pick up is the built-in FM transmitter. This means you can set it to play over your car’s stereo without messing with any additional accessories. You’ll also have the option of connecting a Bluetooth wireless headset. Other features include a 1.3MP camera that does still and video shots and PictBridge for printing directly to a photo printer.


For a complete review, check out our coverage at our sister-site, SlashPhone.


LG and Sprint Unveiled LG MUZIQ [via SlashPhone]

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