Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus 3D P920 / Swift 3D / SU760 / Optimus P925G / Thrill 4G / P929
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An Android Smartphone with a 3-D camera and a glasses-free 3D display.
David E. Starkman "Reel 3-D Enterprises", Amazon
28 February 2015
Summary: It's great if you want a 3-D phone, but a bit slower than current Android phones. Although unlocked, I had no trouble using it as a phone with T-Mobile, but could not find a way to get it to connect to T-Mobile's data. If you want full use of this model, probably best to stick to AT&T as your provider. It has several built-in 3D apps. The best is a 3D YouTube app that lets you view 3D videos made for youtube on the excellent glasses free 3D display.
Summary: I got this free when it first launched many years ago. I still keep it around and updated and use it from time to time for 3D photos and other random things I don't want on my normal phone. Currently it DOES run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which means it runs 99% of everything on the app store. The sd card slot and replacable battery are nice. The problem is hardware. There are major flaws somewhere in their OS design that makes the device incredibly laggy.
Summary: I purchased this ph for use on straight talk network. It originally had a 2.x version of android installed; however a factory update to version 4.1 was avail. A little tough to install but better after this upgrade. Still not impressed with the s t service and not sure whether it's the ph or carrier. Adequate for regular voice calls, data.
Summary: For all advertising that give, give it a score of 3 stars. when you first turn it is impressive as 3D function, but with time and use of all installed applications from Google Play starts acting very slow for a dual-core Dual Channel that while out using Android 2.2 upgradeable to 2.3 official. Regarding the seller sent on time. 100% recommended From: Caripito, Monagas, Venezuela.
Summary: Hello. First it is 3D. No other company has came up with such an idea - 3 D phone. Except HTC. But I don't really like HTC. Not the case, anyway. I received the phone with Android 2.2.2 Froyo. Tried to use it heavily....well...I was disappointed. Slow, sluggish, bad battery life. Skype was not working (Froyo does not support multiple cameras) Then I found how to update it to Gingerbread. It went successfully, but with some hiccups. I even called LG and got RMA...
Summary: I loved this phone when I first got it. It takes great pics and love the front facing camera. However, the battery life is awful. I have it charging more than I use it. Then, to top it off, I got a text message from LG that I needed to update. Every since the update, my phone has been freezing, not allowing me to text or make calls for hours at a time. Very annoying for someone who NEEDS a phone.