Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus F6 / D500 / D505
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Value for money 8
Overall quality 6
Memory is major problem
Blusky05, LG Electronics Ratings and Reviews
7 days ago
Summary: If you want a phone for just making calls, just one is fine. Not being able to move my apps to the SD card is ridiculous. This phone does make a great MP3 player. At least I can move my music to the card, no problems. I've had numerous problems with the phone not recognizing the SIM card. I had to take it back to the retailer and have it replaced. I plan on replacing this phone...Thank goodness, no contract....
Summary: I'm not a big 'power phone' user I also have a computer I use at home, I don't use a lot of apps except FB and banking. This phone is loaded with apps. I've had the iPhone and the Galaxy, but for the money this phone is really good. It charges up quicly and holds a charge for quite a while.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Pros: This is a great phone for under 100 dollars. Yes it does work with T-Mobile under a contract as well, not only prepaid. The phone is overall well build and the screen although small has nice picture.
Summary: I was previously looking at a really great Motorola Boost Mobile phone that is no longer available. Boost's coverage in this area is even worse than T-Mobile's. Sprint's coverage here is also terrible, even though their HQ is only 150 miles from my house. So it looks like I'll have to bend over for the local regional cell provider for a smart phone, or go with AT&T or Verizon who both have universal peering arrangements and have 4G coverage here.
Pros: Will never know.
Cons: Was all set to buy this phone until I looked at the map. T-Mobile's coverae map shows a no service zone of 5+ miles radius around the rural Missouri town in which I live. They show excellent signal in the town 8 miles away by the interstate but that does me no good. So I could possibly make/receive calls and do data over my WiFi, but as soon as I hop in the car I'd have no service. And the map shows no service along long stretches of roads I travel. This review demons...
Summary: If you're one of those types who lives with his nose buried in a smart phone, a gamer, use your phone extensively in bright sunlight, require a screen big enough to give power point presentations, need a robot to talk to, or are a habitual collector of apps, look in the six hundred dollar range. I, on the other hand, am completely pleased with this item.
Pros: Has and does everything I need and wanted from an android phone. The screen size is perfect for carrying around - big enough to see with my middle-aged eyes, but small enough for complete portability. Battery life is excellent. I don't bother to charge it but a couple of times a week. Online Data speed is exceptional (other 4G phones can get really pricey), and the provider has an excellent unlimited data package for 30 dollars a month, but I had to call to get it. I ...
Cons: Not for habitual Smart Phone addicts. Reading some of the reviews here almost turned me off to buying this phone. That would have been a major mistake on my part. True, the memory space is moderate, but I learned that translates into longer battery life. Feature-wise, this is not a top of the line phone, nor is it meant to be. But the price, quality, and inclusion of the features I need paid off. I looked for months for a practical phone with the features I need at a ...