Excerpt: I got the phone on Apri 1, 2011 and had it for over a year. At the time it was the only decent phone for Virgin Mobile, it was my first Android. It was a bad Android. The phone worked for the first 2 months, after that it would start miss calls, or text messages every other day. Sometimes taking up to a week to recieve/deliver a text message.
Pros: Build Quality, Low price
Cons: Really bad battery, Bad reception, Terrible video quality, Low storage
Summary: It's a good introductory smart phone that has options for simple aps, email, and some internet pages. It does not do well with pages requiring a lot of data and higher speeds. It took me about two days of playing with it to learn the ins and outs, but a basic set up is streamlined by the introductory tutorial. I like the feel in my hand and the size is perfect for purse or pocket.
Summary: I bought this as an extra phone in case my kids broke theirs before our contract ran out. You can't have very many contacts or apps. Phone is small, fits in palm of hand. Very good reception. Very long battery life! Works great as a back up phone or for someone young as a first smart 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.
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..
Summary: This phone works great. For the price, this phone can't be beat. Works like any other Android phone. All apps and other programs are working great as well. I only wish the camera had a flash and this would be the perfect phone.
Summary: It's a decent phone, easy to use and cute! The only thing I don't like about this phone is that the mega bite is so small, every time I download an app I always have to make sure that I move it to my SD card or else I would keep getting this pop up bar message "low memory" or "message is expired". Thats mean that someone sent you a msm and you can't get it because you don't have enough memory to restore it. But, Other than that I like this phone.