Summary: I've had this phone for two years and have used it every day all day. I've dropped it on pavement and hard floors, it keeps going. Every feature I want is on it - I use it for Facebook, email, streaming music. This phone is really beat up now - but it still works great and has never let me down. SO reliable!
Summary: As a first-time user of an LG phone I am somewhat concerned. The size may be a selling point, but the touch screen is difficult to use. Storage space is a problem. I have found that instructions are difficult to use.
Summary: This phone is a total piece of garbage! As one of the other reviews stated above, you can't download much of anything! I have only 3 apps downloaded to this phone - 2 on the SD card, and I keep getting the 'low memory' message. As long as that message is there, you can't send or store any text messages which is totally asinine!
Summary: I like this phone, but it has a couple set-backs, like when you download apps, it puts most of them on the internal memory that is only 512 mb. The SD card is 4 gigs, but everything goes on the internal memory, it takes very little to use that 512 mb up, and you can't move much to the SD card. It is useless to even put a SD card in this phone because after phone contacts and a couple apps, the memory is full. Battery life is also poor, even when most apps are turned off.
Summary: I got this phone only a month or two ago and so far it has helped me find my way, view pages as if I were at home when out in town, and I was even able to thanks to this Android phone go live on air and run my online only radio program using just my LGL45C Android phone, LG what can I say, FIREFOXNEWS ONLINE™ & the LGL45C Android phone are a match made in digital heaven...
Excerpt: This is actually my "back-up" phone now, as I switched carriers not because of phone problems, but because I got fed up with Net10's non service and went to Boost. I still use this phone for web browsing, etc hooked up thru Wi-Fi ...just can't call or text with it. First of all, it's small. It's like a baby Android that's not quite grown up yet. Typing can be a challenge.