Summary: Ok, for a small phone this hits the sweet spot IMO. Smaller than the F6, and lacking the launch button on the side as well as the IR blaster, the phone is otherwise almost identical to the F6. Naturally there are storage issues, but it can be solved with App2SD and a properly formatted SD card.
Summary: Super fast shipping. Product was described as "very good". Obviously being a used phone.. I didn't know what to really expect. But I would say the phone is excellent. No scratches on the screen. A little bit of scruff on the back case... but really, hardly nothing.
Excerpt: I don't know what genius decided to design phone with only a little over 1 GB of RAM. All current production Android devices should have at least 4 GB of usable RAM. While the Android installed on the device does support App2SD, there's not guarantee that the apps you put on the phone were developed...
Excerpt: I've had this phone for about a year now and it comes with a lot of cool features that other LGs don't have, but I don't use them very much because not many people have this phone, so its hard to use apps like vutalk.
Excerpt: Five years ago, the LG F3 would have been a terrific small smartphone. Since then, apps and games have become much, much larger, with some requiring 1gb of open memory storage for installation.
Excerpt: The other reviews seem to explain the internal memory problem of the phone but I've experienced even worse. I have a 32GB SD card in my phone and I've done everything to attempt to save files to it but the device still won't allow me to save files to the card.