Summary: I like this phone, it seems to drop calls alot. The phone notifications (email and text) only come through once and don't contine to notify you of the informaiton, that's the only real down side to the phone.
Summary: Blue tooth works great but you have to keep setting the discovery setting. The speaker failed on my old one that I used for 1.5 years. I would suggest buying insurance on this one to last out your contract. Phone is easy to use the screen is hard to see in the light. Very durable phone. Wifi makes the data faster. Email and texting The phone doesnt have a zoom on the video. The quality of picture isnt the best but good for close pictures.
Summary: I would give this device fives across the board if there were one improvement. The internal memory is way too small. The amount of RAM and the amount of internal memory are equivalent; therefore, you cannot load the wonderful apps available. There are remedies but they are complex for the average user.
Excerpt: I have mixed feelings about this phone. My husband picked it out during Black Friday shopping, and I wasn't there. The Android software is decent, although I have run into a few kinks. I do like how it operates in general with the internet, like being able to easily zoom in, and having the screen "flip" based on the orientation of the phone. Unlike past phones I've had, the speaker is loud enough, which I like.
Excerpt: Okay, so I bought the LG Optimus S. I wasn't quite sure about using a phone that is completely touch screen (I have shakey hands), and Iloved having a keyboard on my previous droid. But, the total touchscreen capability proves to be one of the best attributes of the LG Optimus S. The letters on the touchscreen keyboard are slightly larger than other phones, making them easier to hit with even not so little fingers. And turning it to the side makes it even bigger.
Excerpt: I finally decided to join the new decade a year late and upgrade to a smart phone. I wasn't looking to spend a lot of money, so I opted for the LG Optimus S from Sprint. It's a good phone for the money, particularly when coupled with a $69.99 plan that includes unlimited data and texting, as well as unlimited calls to cell phones (450 minutes to other phones per month). This phone does a lot..
Great beginner smartphone. Not so good to anyone else.
22 August 2012
Summary: Decent Phone. If you were to get this phone after you had say, an iphone or galaxy, dont get be surprised if this phone seems to be lacking a certain something. But if this is gonna be your first phone, then this is a good one to start with.
Summary: I really, REALLY wish I had taken note of the internal memory on this phone, because if I had, I would never have bought it. It's a shame that the internal memory is so small (512 MB) because I love the phone itself (SD capable up to 8GB). It's a perfect size for me and is fully functional. I have had very little problems with it (none that can't be fixed by turning if off and back on) and it has done me well. However, 512 MB is WAY too small for a phone these days!