Summary: I still find the Final Thoughts of the L-series of smartphones from LG hard - they're budget phones, but I can't find myself recommending them. The Nexus 4, also made by LG, is less than $350 - and offers twice the specs, and twice the phone.
Summary: For $79.99, the LG Optimus L9 delivers solid performance, a bright 4.5-inch screen and long battery life. You also get some of the software innovations inside the pricier Optimus G, such as QuickMemo.
Summary: LG is clearly in the mood to win back some of the market share it has lost over the past few years. The company has launched a variety of devices across different price segments, one of the which is the Optimus L9, which is aimed at those seeking a reasonably powerful phone that does not cost a...
Excerpt: LG appears to be on an enthusiastic spree to bend the rules while proffering superlative devices in the oh-so-niche league of fast and furious smartphones! So it is L for Style, and the entire stunning Optimus L-series shall vouch for that!
The LG Optimus has a large 4.7in, qHD display and an attractive and functional design
Good Gear Guide.au
7 May 2013
Summary: The LG Optimus L9 has a large 4.7in, qHD display and an attractive and functional design. It's only marred by a slightly sluggish user experience and a below average camera. At $399, the Optimus L9 represents reasonable value for money.
Pros: Large 4.7in IPS screen, Decent battery life, Attractive and functional design
Cons: Very reflective display, Poor quality cameras
Excerpt: When compared to its predecessor, the Optimus L7 , critics are quick to note that the LG Optimus L9 offers a higher quality experience. Phonescoop praises the build and manufacturing of the phone stating, "Nothing about the L9 is creaky or loose.
Pros: Excellent viewing angles, Sturdy build quality, No lag when performing standard activities, Battery lasts 7 hours with intensive use
Cons: Only 4GB of onboard storage, Dimensions difficult for one-handed use
Two cores and two days of battery life: LG’s $399 Optimus L9 reviewed
19 December 2012
Summary: At a hundred under $500, LG has made the L9 into a capable mid-range device, improving slightly upon a framework from the 2011 style of flagship handsets and making it priced better for today.
Pros: Great battery life, Some of LG's additions and modifications to Android are useful, Excellent price
Cons: Plastic body, Download speeds aren't the greatest, Screen is insanely reflective and useless in sunlight
Excerpt: À semelhança dos outros modelos de smartphone LG que testámos, o L9 tem um ecrã com óptima definição e cores ricas, o que, aliado às 4,5 polegadas HD, torna a visualização de vídeos muito agradável. A câmara de 5 MP HD de 1080p...