LG KP500 Cookie

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Key Features

  • 3 Inch, 400x400 px display, LCD
  • 3.2 MP Primary Camera
  • 48 MB Internal Memory, Expandable up to 16 GB
  • 900 mAh, Li-Ion battery

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LG KP500 Cookie Specifications


Brand LG
Model KP500 Cookie
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
Box Contents Handset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card


Internal Memory 48 MB
Expandable Memory Yes, Up to 16 GB


Screen Size 3 Inch
Screen Resolution 400 x 400 pixels
Pixel Density (sharpness) 189 ppi
Display Type LCD


Main Camera Yes, 3.2 MP
Video Recording 320x240 @ 15
Zoom Yes, Digital Zoom


Capacity 900 mAH, Li-ion
TalkTime Up to 3.5 Hours(2G)


GPRS Yes, Class 10, 32 - 48 kbps kbps
EDGE Yes, Class 10, 236.8 kbps
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1, A2DP
USB Connectivity Yes, USB Port, USB 2.0


Touch Screen Yes, Resistive Touchscreen
Weight 89 grams
Dimensions 106.50 x 55.40 x 11.90 mm


Sensors Accelerometer


FM Radio Yes, Stereo FM, RDS

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58 Expert Reviews for LG KP500 Cookie

Overall Expert Rating (3.5 Out of 5 based on 31 ratings)


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  • Another 3.2" Android phone arrives, but just a little bit too late
    Gary Cutlack
    09 Nov 2010 | techradar

    LG`s been putting out touchscreen phones for a long time, but has yet to pull off a proper success in the amazingly competitive Android scene. Its Optimus GT540 was a poor attempt at making a stylish and original phone, and ultimately ruined by a terrible resistive touchscreen. Meanwhile, the GW620 was a perfectly adequate performer, but hardly thrilling when put up against, well, anything else. Rather than muscle in with a headline-grabbing, pow...

    Pros: Solidly built, Uncluttered Android 2.2 OS, Great battery life, Some clever custom LG widgets,

    Cons: Bland design, Processor struggles when asked to perform, Low-res screen makes web reading a chore, No Flash Player 10.1 support,

    Verdict: Featuring a simple back-to-basics approach by LG, the Optimus One is a sturdy and affordable way to get into Android â?? especially since it`s the first really cheap phone to come with Android 2.2....

  • LG Optimus One
    31 Aug 2010 | cnet

    Android's "Froyo" update is making its slow, inexorable march across the handsets of the globe, and it's now appearing on new devices as the default operating system. After the hash that was the manual Telstra update this is definitely a plus. One handset that comes with the Android 2.2 update pre-installed is the LG Optimus One. It forms the "budget" end of LG's planned ten-strong Optimus line. LG describes the Optimus One as a "bar" phone and i...

  • LG Optimus One Review
    PhoneArena Team
    31 Oct 2010 | phonearena

    LG revealed back in July that it will launch ten smartphones in a newly-coined Optimus line by year-end. For now it looks like an even mix of Android and WP7 devices will be in it. In the initial announcement, the Optimus line naturally started with......

  • LG Optimus One Review
    31 Dec 2010 | fonearena

    The first thing one would notice about the phone is the metal bezel around the phone which is mostly made of plastic. On the front you would find the 3.2 inch capacitive display sporting a resolution of 320u00d7480 pixels.The display is not super......

    Pros: Simple yet attractive design ; Android 2.2 ; Fast Browser ; Above average battery life ; Value for money ; Loudspeaker

    Cons: Mediocre Camera and no front facing camera ; No Flash support in Browser

    Verdict: The Optimus One is not the fastest Android phone in the market currently but it does offer a lot of features at an affordable price point. It does not feel cheap despite being made of plastic....

  • LG KP500 Cookie review: Grab a bite
    GSMArena team
    30 Jan 2009 | gsmarena

    It almost feels unfair of LG to give the KP500 a name that`s so hard to say no to. The Cookie scent seems to have inspired a craving already and LG are hoping to have you coming back for more. A genuinely affordable touchscreen, a very decent specs sheet, and fun and friendly interface can turn out quite a treat if baked right. Our light and crunchy review is hot out of the oven, so let`s crack the fortune cookie, shall we. LG KP500 Cookie offici...

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