Excerpt: When we upgraded last year (almost 1yr ago exactly) I didn't really want an iPhone because I'd never used Apple products. I still wanted a phone that could do multiple things and had a much larger screen than the iPhone offered. I played around with the Revolution in store for a good while, unsure if I would like it since it would be my first completely touch screen phone. I went ahead an purchased the phone. In the beginning, I loved the phone.
Excerpt: It was pretty good at first, but after about 2 weeks, it starts getting really slow. About once a week it locks up on my, the micro USB connector cover fell off, the back felt loose after about a month, UI lags a ton, games lag a ton, after listening to spotify for 30 mins, the battery depleted half way, and it is very uncomfortable to hold against your ear when making a call.
Cons: Slow, Chep build, Locks up, Terrible battery life
Summary: lg revolution I like the speed of this phone, it has 4g. Good camera and good video capturing capabilities. Sometimes my screen "jumps around" but it is fixed by removing the battery and placing it back in.
Excerpt: I had high hopes for this phone. I bought a refurbished one. It is getting worse as time goes by. First I installed a new UI, GO Launcher, to replace the horrible LG UI. And I installed all my favorite Google apps, which were strangely missing from the phone. But nontheless, the phone is buggy and slow. Sometimes it shuts down DURING A PHONE CALL. Just now it buzzed non-stop for half a minute, but wouldn't respond to anything I did. Then it rebooted.
Excerpt: Great phone!!!!!!Fast LTE and everything you expect of a phone. The quality of the phone is just amazing!! Especially being an android it basically lets you have a variety of apps. the is also speedy with little or no lag. The only issue I have is the battery life. The battery life last me for 8 hours if using heavily. I also love the small notification light. I love the browser especially since it supports flash so web sites looks the same as in a desktop!
Pros: 4'' display, LTE, Android, Browser, Processor, camera
Excerpt: Easiest smartphone I've ever had and performs very well. With an 8 megapixel camera, I don't even have to carry my digital camera around for photos. As a realtor, just that alone has simplified my life. The navigation feature has also been a valuable tool for me Sound quality is very good. Only drawback I had at all was that if I pressed it up against my face, I'd hang up on people....I've since learned! Overall, highly satisfied.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone last fall, and within a couple months, I was having texting issues. Sometimes I wouldn't receive any texts until I pulled the battery. Other times it would be sporadic and I randomly wouldn't get texts. Other times I would send messages multiple times or receive multiple copies of the same texts. I would also have texts resend days later. Sent it back and received another, same issues the day after I received the new one.
I love my phone and glad I made the choice I did on this one.
4 September 2011
Excerpt: Overall this is a really nice phone and I love it. I can't imagine going back to a basic phone after having this smartphone. It takes very good pictures and video. I love that I have a flash and a face forwarding camera on it. The battery life isn't the greatest. Although it is a smartphone and it's prone to not lasting long, I did download an app that converses it a little longer. The screen is clear and is easy to see even outside in the sun.
Excerpt: I chose the LG Revolution as my first smart phone, and was really excited with this phone at first. I loved the look, and I loved the picture quality. It did not even matter that I sounded like I was in a tunnel with everyone I talked to on this phone because I loved all I could do with it. After a while, this phone stopped doing some very important things. It stopped letting me upload pictures to Facebook, which sucked, but was not that big of a deal.