Summary: I can't get the back to fit properly...I have tried several different ways but it just won't slide up into position. It took me a couple of hours to transfer my phone numbers, but that is the case with any new phone unless you take it into a verizon store and have them transfer for you...
Excerpt: I got this with a two year contract with Verizon and I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S OVER! When I try to talk on the phone, everyone sounds like a robot unless it's silent in the background on both ends. The texting seems to run slower then my fingers go so the letters are usually jumbled.
Summary: This is pretty much an old style cell phone with a makeshift touch screen fashioned on top of it. Things I liked: -Layout of the physical buttons. Everything felt in place and solid. -How when you hold the phone up to your ear, the screen turns off.
Summary: Once Google changed their privacy policies I decide to return to a basic phone from my Droid X. I wanted an all-touch basic phone for Verizon (requires CDMA) and this is the ONLY phone I could find that fits the bill. I wanted the full virtual QWERTY keyboard as I text more than I talk.
Summary: Checked out many phones and reviews before I purchased this one. The touch originally had more bad reviews than good, but I am partial to LG phones. I always check out reviews before a purchase. Well the purchase came in a timely manner and activation was a breeze.
Summary: I've got to say that I loved this phone, for a while. It worked great for more than a year, the screen froze occasionally but it was fine for me. Camera was awesome, the music quality is nearly perfect. After about a year and 2 months, it had a breakdown.
What the phone is, and how 3 turned out when all bought at once.
Tim the enchanter, Amazon
4 November 2011
Summary: Writing this review because most of the reviews I see either love or hate the phone. Since me, my mom, and little sister all got this phone I thought people on here would find it interesting to see how all these phones turned out.