Background and Identification
The LG Lotus LX600 is a phone introduced by LG in September 2008. The LX600 model was marketed as a fashion-forward phone by Spring Nextel, an American telecommunications company. The LG Lotus LX600 was sold only through Sprint as a clamshell phone. A scarf was designed by Christian Siriano, the American fashion designer who designed the LX600 model, to complement the phone. The scarf features a pocked designed to fit the LG Lotus phone.
The LG Lotus features a wide display screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. It also includes external music controls and a 2.0-megapixel camera and video recorder. It is Bluetooth-capable and features a microSDTM memory port. The phone includes a 900 mAh Lithium-Ion battery. The LX600 features hearing aid compatibility and a one-touch speakerphone.
A 2.4-inch display is centered on the inside of the phone’s clamshell body. The LX600’s external display is 1.3-inches. The internal display has a resolution of 240 by 320 pixels, while the external display has a resolution of 128 by 160 pixels. The LG Lotus LX600 includes the name “LG” in capital letters next to the LG logo, which features the letters “LG” formed to look like a human face, at the top of the phone’s internal and external display.
Manufacturer: LG Electronics
Availability by region: North America
Form factor: Clamshell
Dimensions: 3.30” (H) x 2.40” (W) x 0.70” (D)
Mass: 3.7 oz
Battery: 900 mAh Li-Ion
External display: 1.3"
Connectivity: USB & Bluetooth