Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus L3 E405 / Optimus L3 E400 / Optimus L3 Dual / Swift L3
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Olamide – My LG Optimus E405 is feeling the heat
21 April 2013
Excerpt: About a month ago, for personal reasons, I made up my mind to stop using my BlackBerry, and instead go all the way with Android (as an intending Android geek). I eventually did, believing that my LG Optimus E405 would be able to serve me pending the time I get a more powerful Android device.
Conclusion: Pic below: Optimus L3 E400 beside Samsung Galaxy Pocket. The LG Optimus L3 E400 is a winner. I haven’t gushed over a low-cost smartphone like this in a while. It simply ticks all the boxes nicely.
Conclusion: The LG Optimus LG is worth considering if you’re looking for a first smartphone. Looking online it’s as low as £69.99 on PAYG, certainly don’t pay any more than that. £69.99 is the same price as the Huawei Ascend Y 100 , but the L3 offers a bigger screen, more storage and better camera, although the...
Pros: 1GB internal memory, 800Mhz processor, Great battery performance
Cons: Low-res screen, No camera flash, Love/hate design
Conclusion: The LG’s battery was good for more than two days of heavy-duty use, including plenty of chat and web surfing. It lasted around four to five days of more typical use. Overall, we didn’t have to recharge the Swift anywhere near as frequently as an iPhone 3G.
Excerpt: The LG Optimus L3 is the LG L-series Android smartphone of choice for those who are on a budget. As the very first model to be outed as part of LG’s stylishly sophisticated L-range, it kicks things off to a great start. It is small and lightweight with an ergonomic design.
Excerpt: LG appears to be on an enthusiastic spree to bend the rules while proffering superlative devices at almost every conceivable price-point. So it is L for Style, and the entire stunning Optimus L-series shall vouch for that!
Summary: • Inherited with an internal memory of 1 GB storage, 384 MB RAM • Supports external memory of 32 GB • Packed with display of TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors • The display size is 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches • Sports a camera of 3.15 MP and 2048×1536 pixels • Equipped with a Adreno 200 GPU •...
Conclusion: When you consider your options, there's just no reason to buy the LG L3. It is outperformed and outclassed by other budget phones. Unless you are a massive fan of its form factor, it's unlikely to be an attractive option for you. If this were a £50 handset, then we could get on board.
Pros: Cheapish, well-built
Cons: Horrible screen, not as cheap as some better phones