Excerpt: Aside from a few cosmetic differences, experts say that AT&T's LG Thrive and LG Phoenix are essentially one and the same. The Thrive is the carrier's first prepaid Android smartphone, while the Phoenix requires a contract. Equipped with a 2.2 Android operating system, powered by a 600 MHz processor and featuring a 3.2-inch, 320-by-480-pixel capacitive touch screen, the LG Thrive is praised by reviewers for its reliability and simplicity.
Pros: Easy user interface, World phone, Long battery life, Small and lightweight
Cons: Lack of a dedicated camera button, Weak camera, Unable to play Flash videos in browser, Built-in AT&T apps are not removable
Summary: It is true that the new baby from LG is no match for the G2X, yet the experts believe that it is going to take the market by storm. The all new AT&T’s duo from LG is christened LG Thrive and is one mean machine which would definitely satisfy the Android lovers. It is to be noted that the device is considered to be the first prepaid smartphone from the operator.