Summary: I read in other reviews that it self dials or pocket dials and within 15 minutes of being activated it self dialed my son 29+ times in an hour. It was terrible. Next day deactivated it and will go fight back on eBay. Not a good phone.
Summary: In Short, this phone was advertised as a "smart phone" when bidding on it. After I received it, it was evidently NOT a smart phone. I think they must get away with people not wanting to take the time to return such a cheap item. It was small, flimsy, feminine, and looked strange.
Pros: Its small, fits easily in a pocket. It is eco-friendly.
Cons: From day one this phone would not work properly. It was minor defects so I did nothing. 2 yrs in and my screen scrambles. I often can't text or call out/answer calls. The battery life is not that great, it needed charged nightly to begin with, and now nee
Quite possibly the worst phone ever, and I only expect phone to be able make calls, so I'm not asking for much.
spras, Phone Arena
3 August 2011
Excerpt: From day one this phone has had problems. I was able to update the firmware which fixed nothing. Sprint will not help me fix it. Calls rarely come in, text messages get lost, and when you receive a text that is more than 2 pages long it shuts down. When you finally get it rebooted the texts come twice or more. It stopped ringing only 2 months into owning it, it also stopped vibrating... pretty much it just takes up space in my pocket at this point.
Excerpt: At first, the lg imprint was very cool. i got it since may 20th 2010 and i still have it now and it was pretty much a ripoff.. it was all good the first 3 months but then the camera and audio was starting to have really bad quality... i wish i had a new phone..
Cons: Connection issues, network timeouts, etc... With phone sitting on a table, unused it apparently attempts to connect to something. Eventually it times out and all of my calls go straight to voicemail and texts are undelivered until battery is removed.