Excerpt: Okay phone but for price it is truly terrible. They really need to work on some of the features. The case is fake, the phone is slow. The resolution and media playback are terrible. Phones memory is extremely limited and while expandable most apps do not support external storage.
Excerpt: But not good, either. I had this phone for over a year and a half, and my frustrations with it only became worse the longer I had to deal with it. My main issues were the outdated technology and lack of features, as well as the unbearbly slow ui, and poor battery life that deteorated significantly over time. Overall, I'm glad I don't have to deal with this thing anymore.
Excerpt: lovely phone but now that i have an xperia z it kinda brings back memories of me using it and see all my other friends tease me about having an old phone but i still have but i don't use it. i still love it but the camera was not my favorite part of this phone and when i use it it feels weird because im used to using a super snappy phone so it feels really slow but actually its not that slow.
Excerpt: This was my first smartphone and it was disappointing. it worked well for six months until the touch screen stopped working and didn't respond. Sent it back to LG and never got a response (it was still under warranty) You can do better.
Excerpt: I bought this phone last December 2011. It works fine, but the problem is, it lags sometimes especially when i'm using my internet. But then, I installed the Dolphin Browser and it resolved my problem. Another thing is, the camera. It would be easier for me to take pictures if it has a camera button. Anyway, I'm still loving it bec. I recently discovered how to take good pics outdoor :) You just have to explore the camera setting of this phone.
Summary: I enjoyed my experience with the LG Optimus One. It may not offer the beefiest spec sheet or even the highest-resolution screen, but for the price it provides a weighty build and a decent user experience.