Excerpt: The LG Esteem is a bit heavy for it's screen size, but otherwise its a pretty solid phone. It's expensive considering it has an HDMI Output and a high quality 5 MP camera, which takes great photos. The 1 GHz processor isn't the fastest out there, but it's sure to get the job done. LTE speeds are very good and are actually quite comparable to the top carriers. The display is quite bright and shows clear and crisp text.
Summary: I am very disappointed with the seller the phone works for maybe a day during that time i had to keep it plugged in to use it. After that it just stopped working completely and i tried contacting the seller. he text me a few times and I tried to explain to him what happened and I told him i was going to send the phone back but I never heard from him since.
Summary: So I had the Connect a while back. I am now an iPhone user and it has been a couple of years since I have had it, but I wanted to write a review on it, which is something I just didn't get around to doing. Basically, I had Metro PCS for a few years, with them all being crappy phones. I was on Amazon one day and it was on sale for $300 something and decided it was time for me to have a a nice phone.
Summary: This is terrible piece of equipment. Lost my LG Esteem, Metro PCS insurance provider sent me this instead. Esteem had more features, a battery that worked and lasted 12 hours or more. This one shuts itself off, unmounts the SD card then turns off, GPS stops working. If you use car charger and have GPS on, the battery gets so hot you can't hold the phone or have it in your lap while driving.
Summary: This phone had promise, but it is not a good phone. It is fast. At times, but sometimes it is very slow to respond. The touch screen could have been more responsive. It is not an exaggeration to say that this phone has one of the worst battery life of all phones I ever used!