With the competition in the in gadget market increasing day by, it is high time for the mobile phone manufactures to produce their products at the cheapest possible price and also provide the consumers with high quality performance. LG has come up with a pretty cheap device that promises to attract the reasonable consumers but it is to be seen whether it will be able to provide one of the best possible performances available in the market or not. It is to be said that the phone has one of the brightest possible display. The processor of the phone is the single core 1 GHz Snapdragon and there is a RAM of 512MB. They may not actually be the best. The phone is slow at times and a bit poor with its performance in this case.
In terms of the graphics performance the phone also fails to impress too much. The phone has the most recent Android Gingerbread. It has the usual five available home screens and these can be filled with widgets and shortcuts to apps. here is a slab at the bottom of the home screen which are for the phone purposes and the Sprint ID. Some of the regular apps like Gmail, Maps and Music are present. Google Navigation was there but it was not possible to make the Telenav app work. The battery backup was not good at all and it hardly lasted for four hours. The Sprint 3G network in case of the LG Marquee is not the fastest. Surfing took some more time compared to the other handsets equipped with the 3G and the 4G connections and it also produced comparatively slower download and upload speeds.
One of the most interesting features of the phone is its 4 inch display which is termed as the NOVA display by LG and is supposed to have 700 nits of luminescence. Watching videos on the display was quite a fun. It also stayed bright in the outside. The phone failed to do well in terms of the audio quality with the single speaker. The 5 megapixel camera was not up to the mark. The pictures taken were blurry and the videos shot were not of the best quality. There is also a 2 megapixel camera at the front. Two keyboards are present within the phone namely the Gingerbread keyboard and the Swype keyboard. The latter was decent. There are also many useful buttons and ports including a headphone jack and a USB port. The LG Marquee may attract consumers with its cheaper price but it fails to live up to the expectations in terms of its performance.