The LG TP 5250 follows the footsteps of its predecessor, the LG TP 5200. In the same sense, the TP 5250 comes with the same clamshell form and CDMA technology. The size remains the same at 3.5 oz., which makes the TP 5250 a lightweight phone. Its dimensions measure the similar 3.3 x 1.8 x 0.98 inches—the same size that its predecessor comes in. Just like the TP 5200, the TP 5250 has a couple of displays. The first is an external display that caters to the caller ID information. The second is the main display, available when the phone is flipped open. This main display comes with a resolution of 120 x 100 pixels. Phonebook capacity of the TP 5250 remains at 199 numbers, with the ability to store up to 5 numbers per entry. The phone retains its Li-Ion removable battery with the ability to provide up to 2.5 hours talk time and 150 hours stand-by time. The features that stay the same with the TP 5250 include the usual analog roaming, voice recognition, and PIM functionality. The only differences that are on the 5250 are the improved speaker quality, vibrate strength, and option to download ringtones and graphics.
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