Excerpt: I’ve used sprint all my life and normally I lose service easily and drop calls but it is a lot cheaper than some phone services. Sprint does not have the iphone yet either which is a big turnoff to cell phone users. Iphones are very trendy and very entertaining.
Excerpt: I have had my Lg Mystique for a little over 2 years now. It has lasted a long time and I have had little to no problems with it. This phone is very compact and durable. I enjoy the QWERTY keyboard although the buttons are fairly small, and they keys are loud when you are typing. The camera is decent (2 MP) and has fun effects to use!
Summary: Honestly, after my last LG (the 1st gen Chocolate), I was a little skeptical... the front is touch screen and when the Chocolate came out, touch screen tech was still on the newer and less reliable end, but this phone proved crappy LG touch screens wrong for me.
Pros: Dropped it maybe 5,000 times these past two years and it still works flawlessly. I can text quickly, easily: love the QWERTY keyboard. Dented and scratched to no end: still works. Looks cute. I get compliments on it still! Pictures are good.
Cons: A little out dated now-a-days. Internet is a little slow. Cannot load large webpages.
Excerpt: After owning the original Lotus for 2 years, I was planning on spending the money and getting an Android-based phone and coughing up the money. But after some serious thinking, I couldn't force myself to do it. I love the new touch screen on the front. It's not as responsive as an iPod/iPhone, but it's not for typing. It serves it's purpose for speed dial calling (auto uses the speaker phone, great for driving) and checking messages.
Excerpt: I just received my phone on Monday. So far it is a lot better that my iphone PROS. 1. battery life is better than the I phone 2. Texting is easier and faster 3. re-treaving voicemail is a breeze 4. camera is good even though is swivels 5. I live in las vegas and the signal strength is much better than At&t. 6. sound quality much better than the i phone 7. the touch screen on the front is very user friendly Cons.
Excerpt: When I first started up with Sprint, I initially started with the Palm Pre. After my Palm completely crashing on me and erasing everything of importance I jumped to the HTC Hero. Good phone, but I just felt like it was more of a teenagers phone that needed all those extra gadgets, thats when I made the jump to my new Lotus Elite! I LOVE IT.
Excerpt: The LG Lotus phone is completely amazing. It’s square shaped, and fits perfectly in my pocket even when I am wearing super skinny jeans. The screen is very nice, and it’s bigger than the average cell phone screen (just a little smaller than an blackberry phone).
Excerpt: Yes, it's not a smart phone, so all those idiots who exist to point out the obvious (Man what's the point of this dumb phone?), I suggest you go and argue in the smart phone arena. There are still many people who don't want a smart phone and the data plans that entails. this is my take on the phone. 1. The phone is extremely well built. It has a feel of quality. The build is very tight and it looks sophisticated. 2.