Summary: I have had my phone for just over a year and it still works the same as the day that I got it. It has its quirks but you get used to them. The battery life has never been the best but it lasts throughout the day depending on how often I use it. I have dropped my phone countless times and it still works nicely. Sometimes it does freeze up but all you have to do is take out the battery and re-insert it.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: So I have had my Enlighten for awhile now and I must say that is it a very good phone for what it is. it's sleek and easy to use and also has a keyboard! That is a big deal for me cause I personally hate texting on a screen. so not having a keyboard is a deal breaker for me. Battery life is decent, I can go through a entire day without having to charge it maybe once or twice. which isn't too bad.
Pros: Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: Alot of smart phones have a problem with Ford Sync.Not the LG Enlighten. I sat in my Ford, turned on the phone and within seconds SYNC and the ENLIGHTEN paired. It downloaded my phonebook into SYNC and transmits my text messages to SYNC.This way SYNC reads the text mssg to me. As far as battery life, you do have the option of purchasing a EXTENDED BATTERY. As a step up phone without all the needless bells and whistles, I think the phone is great.
Excerpt: I received this phone some time in early January of 2012. It was my first smart phone and I instantly fell in love with it. Although I only had it a short while, it never gave me any problems and was always responsive. The 3G was never sub-par. The internet would checkerboard from time-to-time but nothing too noticeable. The keyboard was highly adaptable. In all honesty, I miss the phone lol. The only problem I had with the phone was battery life.
Pros: Slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Nice speaker (very clean and crisp), Can play music and games while in call w/o other person hearing them (I thought that was cool).
Summary: I have only had this phone for two weeks but seem to enjoy it so far. I do have two questions though, where is the flash, and why doesn't it have a better camera? It's like they improved everthing but the camera, and completely forgot about the flash. One good thing about the Ally was that it had a flash. The operating system seems to work well and I like the keyboard.