Pros: less chance of butt dialing... light and compact but seemed to be sturdy as well... it was relatively intuitive to navigate
Cons: the phone would make calls & text out but it did not accept incoming calls or text... huge negative factors in performance & inability to accept the reality from both LG (the manufacturer) and Kroger I-wireless (the Seller and Service Provider)
Excerpt: Out of all phone i chose the lg Remarq. the phone is only good for calling and texting every thing else in not good. but the phone can survive anything i drop it down the stair and it still worked. i drop it on a tile floor and it still work. now if i had a smart phone it would brake if i did all that stuff.i left it in the heat my phone just shut off if it get over heated.
Excerpt: This is the only phone I have never broken myself, and a few months after I got it, the display starting reversing both content and color anyway. Text was backwards, yellow became blue, etc. Then it started going all streaky, like an old TV when it loses reception. Then it started going black during texting and surfing the net. The only way I could find to consistently fix this was banging the top of the phone on a hard surface. Not even a battery pull worked.
Summary: I BOUGHT THIS PHONE THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN GET RINGTONES IS BY PAYING THROUGH METRO PCS OR CONNECTING TO COMPUTER WHICH IT DOES NOT COME WITH SOFTWARE TO CONNECT TO COMPUTER. PLUS MY CAMERA DOES NOT ZOOM AND AGAIN THERE ISNT ANY SOFTWARE. DOES NOT COME WITH A COURTESY GAME THAT MOST PHONES COME WITH EVERYTHING ON THE INTERNET BROWSER IS UNSUPPORTED.