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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

CNET
19 April 2014
  • Summary: With its solid design and great features, the LG Ally is an affordable and welcome addition to the Android family.
  • Cons: The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps.
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

CNET
19 April 2014
  • Summary: With its solid design and great features, the LG Ally is an affordable and welcome addition to the Android family.
  • Cons: The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps.
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

CNET
19 April 2014
  • Summary: With its solid design and great features, the LG Ally is an affordable and welcome addition to the Android family.
  • Cons: The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps.
  • Read full review
Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

CNET
19 April 2014
  • Summary: With its solid design and great features, the LG Ally is an affordable and welcome addition to the Android family.
  • Cons: The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps.
  • Read full review
Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

CNET
19 April 2014
  • Summary: With its solid design and great features, the LG Ally is an affordable and welcome addition to the Android family.
  • Cons: The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps.
  • Read full review
Overall 8
7.6
Features 8
8.0

LG Ally Review

Bright Hub
14 August 2010
  • Excerpt: Released in May, 2010, the LG Ally was the first LG Android handset to hit the U.S. Featuring some lower end specs for entry level customers and a physical QWERTY keyboard, the LG Ally is a solid phone. But does it have what it takes to really break into...
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

PC Magazine
11 July 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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Overall 8
8.0

LG Ally Review

Brighthand
17 June 2010
  • Summary: I really want to like the LG Ally  more than I do, but it's hard. I like the overall design of the phone, it's very solidly built, and the battery life is better than I expected. Unfortunately the display is fine indoors, but unusable outdoors, and the voice quality and camera are somewhat disappointing. The price is quite reasonable, however, so if you're a bargain-conscious consumer you should still consider the Ally.
  • Pros: Really nice keyboard, Solid construction, Excellent battery life
  • Cons: Inadequate screen brightness, Disappointing camera, Call quality issues
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Overall 8
7.8

Review of LG's solid Ally Android phone for Verizon

MobileBurn
21 May 2010
  • Summary: The LG Ally is an affordable, yet powerful Android 2.1 powered smartphone that works on Verizon Wireless' 3G network. At launch, it costs $99.99 with a two-year contract - half what the Motorola DROID costs. And like the DROID, it sports a speedy 600MHz processor, a wide-VGA resolution touchscreen, and a slide-out 4-row QWERTY keyboard with a d-pad controller.
  • Pros: Great call quality, solid hardware, high-res touchscreen, fantastic keyboard
  • Cons: Software glitches, vanilla music player, only 3.2mp camera
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Overall 7
7.0

LG Ally (Verizon Wireless)

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. As long as you remember to bring your charger, the Ally is a good choice for heavy texters who want an Android smart phone at a reasonable price.
  • Pros: Good keyboard, Bright high-res touchscreen, Affordable price, Loud speaker,
  • Cons: Bland design, Short battery life, Smaller display than Motorola Droid, Camera struggles in low light,
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