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LG Ally VS740 / Aloha / Optimus Q
6.1 out of 10

LG Ally VS740 / Aloha / Optimus Q

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I Am Iron Meh: LG Ally Review

Android Police
10 December 2010
  • Summary: For better or worse, my final thoughts on the LG Ally are much like the phone itself: boring. In a time where a new Android ‘superphone’ seems to be announced every other week, it’s hard to get worked up over a mid-range handset.
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Overall 6
6.0

Review: LG Ally

Examiner
22 November 2010
  • Excerpt: With the growing demand of smartphones in the mobile phone market, affordable devices have been slowly coming to the public. One of the latest lower-priced smartphones is the LG Ally , with a price tag of 49.99 on a two-year contract with Verizon.
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LG Ally Review: It’s All Plastic, But It’s Decent

LaptopMemo
1 November 2010
  • Conclusion: If you’re stripped for cash and feel like having a smartphone is simply a fashion statement (not that anyone will go “Ohhhh” when they see the Ally’s plastic body) than the Ally is good enough to make phone calls, or make a check-in on Foursquare (or use the official Twitter app, which shows no...
  • Pros: Android 2.1 for a budget slider, Snappy and great camera, Decent QWERTY slide-out
  • Cons: Design is uninspired, Is bulky, and heavy, Completely made out of plastic, Battery life can be short
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LG Ally Android Smartphone for Verizon Review

The Gadgeteer
27 August 2010
  • Conclusion: In my opinion, the LG Ally makes a great little entry level Android smartphone. The $49.99 price is a bargain. Sure, this phone isn’t a speed demon, but it has enough features (WiFi, microSD slot, good camera and sliding keyboard) to make it a worthy choice for someone trying to decide if a...
  • Pros: Price, Call send / end buttons, Keyboard layout with dedicated number keys, Camera has very good macro capability, Call quality / volume
  • Cons: Slower processor than the big boys
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

PC Magazine
19 August 2010
  • Conclusion: The Ally is a solid midrange Android smartphone for Verizon subscribers needing a hardware QWERTY keyboard, but power users should pony up the extra cash for the HTC Droid Incredible.
  • Pros: Excellent voice quality. Runs Android 2.1. Sharp camera.
  • Cons: Sluggish CPU. Screen is a little small. Subpar voice dialing app.
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Analisis del LG Ally con Android 2.1

gadgetoweb.com
16 August 2010
  • Excerpt: Aún no disponible en los locales de venta, el LG Ally ya se ha dado a conocer en distintos portales Web, mostrando su gran diseño que sorprende a todos. Siendo publicitado en un comercial de Iron Man 2, este móvil proyecta una enorme demanda por parte de sus aficionados.
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Review of Verizon Wireless LG Ally

Testfreaks blog
8 June 2010
  • Conclusion: The LG Ally is not a bad choice is you’re looking for a mid-level Android based phone, the hardware is sufficient to keep the lag down to a minimum to none at most times and you won’t have any issues with video or gaming usually.
  • Pros: Well made phone, Good battery life, Decent camera with macro mode, Decent hardware in the phone itself for gaming etc, Wonderful keyboard, Good call quality
  • Cons: Built in speaker not that good, Slows down at the oddest of times, Big and rather heavy
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Verizon Wireless LG Ally Get Reviewed

mobilitydigest.com
8 June 2010
  • Excerpt: Our good friend Kristofer over at Test Freaks just posted a review that I thought some of you might want to have a look at. If you are a Verizon Customer looking for a Android device then the Ally might be on your list to check out and Kristofer puts it to the test:
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless) Review

LAPTOP Magazine
18 May 2010
  • Summary: For $99.99, the Ally is a good Motorola Droid alternative for those more concerned with typing comfort than screen size. Not only is the Ally's keyboard much better, but the phone is far more ergonomic.
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Overall 8
8.2

Expert Review

Phone Arena
17 May 2010
  • Conclusion: When all is said and done, the LG Ally VS740 is a nice smartphone for those individuals who have been cautious about taking the Android plunge. It is simple enough to use and lacks some of the bells-and-whistles (such as MOTOBLUR and Sense UI) that may cause the average user to stay away.
  • Pros: Android 2.1 OS with two themes, Well designed QWERTY keyboard, Call quality is high
  • Cons: Buttons only stay illuminated for 5 seconds, Homescreen lag, Still lacks Bluetooth voice commands
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