The LG Cookie lacks major connectivity features like Wi-Fi, 3G and GPS, but for the most part, it has what a lower-priced touchscreen mobile handset should have.
In terms of texting, the LG Cookie comes with several options such as a keypad layout with predictive text, a full virtual QWERTY keyboard as well as handwriting recognition which, however, pales in comparison with other handsets in terms of performance.
There is a 3 megapixel camera that records video and captures shots even in daylight for uploading to Facebook and other social networking websites. The camera, however, is not capable of shooting slow-motion video clips unlike the more advanced LG Viewty.
The LG Cookie’s photo viewer is considered as one of its best features, using the motion sensor to ensure pictures are in the most appropriate orientation, while letting users flick through the images by brushing their fingers across the display. While there is no pinch-to-zoom tool, the photo viewer allows editing of pictures by adding some text and effects.
The phone can also handle email accounts such as Gmail and supports viewing of Microsoft Office files and Acrobat PDF, although these documents cannot be edited.
The LG Cookie also comes with a web browser although this has been the subject of negative reviews given its inability to render web pages properly, acting more like a WAP browser.