Summary: I can get the Xperia Z Ultra that also has Snapdragon 800 but with a bigger screen slimmer profile and water proof for less than with phone so i will consider it when the price goes down to replace my LG Optimus G Pro.
Excerpt: It is lacking of many features a full android phone possess’, but that’s to be expected with the price that you would pay for it. It is by far the most elite in the low-end smartphone selection. It is feature packed though, and the Sprint ID feature comes in handy. I would recommend LG Optimus S to people who want to use their phone more for fun than for helping keep track of a busy schedule.
Summary: i LOVED this phone. i just purchased the tmobile version of it because i switched carriers. I was very happy with the stability of the phone. i drop phones like its no tomorrow and this phone held up awesome. i got it used and had it for five months before i sold it and it was fantastic. fast, no slowing down, had android 2.2 which was a plus because you can get all the latest apps. awesome awesome phone. the only thing that i didnt like was that it had no flash.
Summary: I got this phone for free through Sprint. I've had it for over two years now and it works great. The only con is it sometimes will restart itself and I have yet to figure out why it does, but this is a rare enough occurrence and the phone was free that I have no complaints. The internal storage is small (165MB) but this is a low end phone.