The Mobile Sound of Muziq

LG's new superphone, an improvement over the Fusic, hits mostly sweet notes. Is it a worthy adversary for the iPhone?

Editor's Rating:

The Good: Nice clamshell design and extra features such as an FM transmitter and music composer

The Bad: Limited internal memory

The Bottom Line: A fine music phone that could become even better with a few tweaks

Many will remember one of the first truly music-centric phones to hit the U.S. market: LG's Fusic from Sprint (S). Though popular, it was a bit lacking in the design department, from a clunky antenna that jutted out to a blue-and-white color scheme more suited to teens than adults.

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