Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus L7 / P700 / P705
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7 January 2013
Summary: I find the Final Thoughts on lower-end devices much harder to write, as you have to be so critical on the device. The Optimus L7 can be found for under $200, and for that price it's a great phone - if you're not looking at any others.
Summary: The LG Optimus L7 has the latest Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and a big, shiny 4.3-inch face, but the single-core engine is sluggish. At this price, there are faster mid-range Androids to choose from.
Pros: Latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS; Decent mid-range camera plus front-facing camera.
Cons: Under-powered processor means it's laggy; Screen feels unresponsive; Software is buggy.
Conclusion: We want to like the LG Optimus L7 and much of the time we do. It has some really charming quirks, a great screen, Ice Cream Sandwich and a good keyboard. The unlock animation is genius, the phone is thin and extremely well connected. Unfortunately, it's underpowered.
Pros: Sharp, bright screen, Great camera, Latest version of Android, Well connected
Cons: Slow processor, Performance lags, Poor LED flash
Excerpt: The Optimus L7 headlines LG’s new L-Style line of Android phones, designed for users that want the latest software and features but don’t have the budget for the more expensive Optimus smartphones.
Pros: Solid, attractive design, Superb call quality, Android 4.0 is largely untouched, NFC and LG Tag+
Cons: Woefully underpowered, Disappointing camera, No ambient light sensor
Excerpt: Most would agree, the LG Optimus L7 is a thing of beauty. It belongs to LG’s line of highly stylish and slightly sophisticated handsets that have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed as the operating system. Based on looks alone, it’s bound to get high grades.
The Optimus L7 is well designed, but the user experience is slow and sluggish
Good Gear Guide.au
30 November 2012
Summary: The competitively priced Optimus L7 is a well designed Android phone with a nice display and good battery life. However, it offer mediocre, sluggish performance that makes it too difficult to recommend.
Pros: Attractive looking design, Good screen, Reasonable battery life
Cons: Sluggish and slow performance, No ambient light sensor, Poor speaker placement
Excerpt: The LG Optimus L7 is the largest smartphone in LG’s Optimus range. It also has a 1GHz Cortex A5 CPU, 512MB of RAM, 2.7GB of storage and a screen resolution of 480x800. Most impressive is its operating system, which is Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich.