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LG Saber
The price of texting cell phones has come way down. Case in point: the LG Saber, a QWERTY-equipped slab phone on U.S. Cellular that costs just $9.99 up front. You don’t get much for this price, though. If you’re interested in playing music or snapping photos, look elsewhere. But for pure messaging addicts, the Saber is a steal.

Design and Call Quality
The LG Saber measures 4.5 by 2.4 by 0.5 inches (HWD) and weighs 3.6 ounces. It’s made of a mixture of matte and glossy plastics, and finished in a pleasing dark gray. While the Saber is a standard slab QWERTY handset, it looks a bit strange thanks to the display’s portrait orientation; nearly every other handset in this form factor has a landscape screen. The 2.2-inch, non-touch LCD sports 176-by-220-pixel resolution. It’s bright and colorful enough. The five-way control pad is tough to use, since the raised edge is too small. You can’t see it in photos, but pressing the up button is uncomfortable, since you constantly hit the bottom edge of the plastic frame surrounding the screen. The four-row QWERTY keyboard features raised, bubbled, plastic keys. Key arrangement and typing resistance are fine, and I had no problem using it for extended messaging sessions.


The LG Saber is a dual-band, 2G 1xRTT (850/1900 MHz) device. Voice quality was just okay. Callers sounded thin but otherwise clear in the earpiece. Through the microphone, my voice sounded a little unnatural and computery, as if I was speaking through a headset. Reception was fine. Calls sounded good through an Aliph Jawbone Icon Bluetooth headset ($99, 4 stars). Voice dialing worked fine over Bluetooth without training. The speakerphone went quite loud, although it distorted a bit at the top two volume settings. Battery life was good at 6 hours and 22 minutes of talk time.

Service Provider
US Cellular
Operating System
Screen Size
2.2 inches
Screen Details
176-by-220-pixel, 262K color TFT LCD screen
850, 1900
High-Speed Data


Apps, Multimedia, and Conclusions
The main OS is responsive enough. The main menu features 12 icons in a grid pattern. U.S. Cellular’s browser icon is separate from the EasyEdge walled garden, and lets you enter custom URLs via a buried option in a submenu; WAP pages looked fine. The phone comes with 33 ringtones, many of which went super-loud. You can download ringtones, wallpaper, and games through the portal. There are no e-mail or IM clients, and while U.S. Cellular claims GPS support, I couldn’t find a navigation app.

Speaking of things that are missing, there’s also no music player, video player, or camcorder, either. As a result, the non-standard 2.5mm headphone jack is fine, as it’s only intended for mono hands-free earbuds. The VGA camera is useless. We understand trying to hit a price point, but we consider 1.3-megapixels a bare minimum; otherwise photos don’t even fill up a standard laptop screen. There’s 85MB of free internal user storage and no memory card slot. You can share photos online, over Bluetooth, or via picture message.

So this sounds like a mixed review, but the LG Saber is actually fine for its intended purpose: messaging on a strict budget. For that, it gets the job done, and it’s not bad for voice calls, either. Still, I’d recommend spending an extra $20 on the Samsung Messager Touch SCH-R630 ($29.99, 3 stars), which gives you a roomier QWERTY keyboard, a music player, a Web browser, and an expansive (if somewhat stubborn) touch screen. If you want a little more power than the Saber but don’t text much, the LG Wine II UN430 ($39.99, 4 stars) is our Editors’ Choice for U.S. Cellular feature phones. It lacks a QWERTY keyboard, but it has a better camera and a real music player, and it looks classier to boot.

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