Summary: I absolutely "like" this phone. It has all the features I've wanted that LG Optimus Zone does not have. The only problem I do have with the phone is it's slow charging. A message even pops up that says "slow charger"...which I thought was hilarious, I just shook my head and said "tell me about it!". Other than that, I think it's a cool phone...I would recommend it just be warned of the charging problem you may have because I know not all phones are the same!
Summary: I have to agree with the other more "negative" reviews. I've had my phone for about 1 year, and as I type this review on my computer, my cell phone is currently typing random numbers and letters, pulling up random apps and the internet BY ITSELF--and there's no way for me to stop it because the touch screen is unresponsive. I've attempt to due a hard & soft reset but the problem is still going on.
Summary: I have not had this phone a year and the USB is going out. Probably because I have to have it charging constantly from lack of battery charge. It has issues while texting, the keyboard function either crashes or glitches. The malfunction locks up the phone or somehow starts new words in the middle of a word already typed. example : " I cannot bethis phone is not yet a year old lieve." its extremely annoying as it happens several times a day.
Summary: The Optimus Exceed is a decent phone as a prepaid entry level model, but the horrible battery life kills any kind of enjoyment you can get from it. It runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and is relatively speedy as far as processing power goes. But you will only get about 4-5 hours of battery time of light to moderate usage before it goes completely dead.
Summary: Does not perform to expected standards. Poor batter life. Slow processor. Still using 4.0 platform. When will it be updated? Exceed 2 has update. Android users should ALL be able to update OS when new versions are released.
Summary: I used this phone for a few months it has a nice screen and runs on android 4.0 which is nice. It is a re-branded LG Lucid. The battery life is not great and the phone loses data connection a few times, at least on mine. It has great call quality and when the data is working the phone is very fast. I recommend for Verizon prepaid but if you can I would advise you to get a Moto G instead.
I think people write reviews before they have had the product for a while
28 March 2014
Summary: This phone is cool for the first month or two. After a while it while start to slow down A LOT. It will start to freeze, apps will crash, and the damn keyboard cant even keep up with how fast I text and its a pain in the ass. When you open your text messages it takes a while for messages to load, videos take a long time to send people (sometimes more than 12 hours for a 30 sec video). Camera is okay, but even that is slow. Overall I think this phone is pretty s***ty.
Summary: I bought this phone because of all the great reviews. At first, it was a good phone, no complaints. I had it for about 3 months and it stopped holding a charge. Took it to the Verizon store, and they sent me a refurbished replacement. The backlighting on the screen wasn't working (right out of the box!). I'm now on my 3rd one, we'll see how long this one lasts. I had better luck with my cheap phones than I've had with this one.