Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus F6 / D500 / D505
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Solid midrange phone
Jason B., Newegg
5 days ago
Summary: Picked this up when it was last on sale and found it to be a solid Android phone. As mentioned, the limited memory would be a problem if it weren't for the fact that the phone can be rooted and apps moved to the SD card. It also runs 4.1.2, so it is a bit behind the times. (Tho, Kitkat is supposed to come out for this phone at some point.) The screen is pretty poor in full sunlight, but indoors it looks pretty good.
Pros: Inexpensive phone that does the job. Supports T-Mobile LTE network. Has SD card support and a removable battery.
Cons: Low amount of memory, older version of Android, screen isn't very good in daylight.
Cons: After less than 2 month of use, the charger piece at the bottom became loose. Called LG and returned to them. they sent an e-mail stating that the malfunction of the phone was due to physical damage and that I have to pay $48 to rapair it. What a rip off. Phone is less than two month and came with one year warranty. I can get another one brand new for about $100. I will never buy any AG phone , neither will I recommend it to family and friends.
Pros: Nice phone at a good sale price. The phone worked from the moment I put in the SIM card.
Cons: The phone does not adjust to external lighting automatically and the sound quality to the speaker phone is poor. The other limiting factor to this phone is the very limited internal memory which you will find out very early is an issue.