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LG Optimus V VM670

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LG Optimus V (Virgin Mobile) Review

LAPTOP Magazine
13 April 2012
  • Summary: The $99 LG Optimus V has a small and comfortable design, a responsive touch screen and decent performance. Compared with other no-contract phones, the Boost Mobile LG Marquee has a brighter screen and takes better photos, but it delivers worse battery life. We prefer the LG Connect 4G and its faster speeds, but for new smartphone users and those who just want a comfortable Android experience without the bells and whistles, the LG Optimus V on Virgin Mobile will fit the...
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Overall 8

LG Optimus V (Virgin Mobile)

PC Magazine
20 September 2011
  • Conclusion: The LG Optimus V is a just-powerful-enough smartphone for Virgin Mobile that also saves you money every month.
  • Pros: Good mix of features and performance for the price. Excellent plan pricing. Responsive interface given the low-end processor.
  • Cons: Screen is a little cramped for typing. Buggy proximity sensor.
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LG Optimus V Video Review

9 May 2011
Overall 6
Features 6

LG Optimus V Review

Bright Hub
31 March 2011
  • Excerpt: For folks who thought the LG Optimus M was the last of the series, the Optimus V proves them wrong. This release is the exclusive version for Virgin Mobile.
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LG Optimus V Review: Budget Android SmartPhone on Virgin Mobile Delivers

10 March 2011
  • Excerpt: The LG Optimus V is a relatively new budget Android smartphone available from Virgin Mobile . Unlike the Android phones on many carries like Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, Virgin Mobile offers a plan for the LG Optimus V which starts at just $25 a month for unlimited of data and 300 minutes; all without a contract. We’ve been testing the LG Optimus V for the last month and found that it delivers a great Android experience for just $149.
  • Pros: No Contract, Good Price, Can Handle The Apps and Needs of Most Users, Good Call Quality
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LG Optimus V Review by Sydney

16 February 2011
  • Summary: In all, I have no real complaints about the Optimus V. Yes, I wish the camera was a little better and I'm starting to get tired of the same design on all of these Optimus phones, but those are minor qualms and certainly do not present any real issue when deciding whether or not to purchase this device. For $150 with no contract, you really can't beat it, especially when you consider Virgin Mobile's cheap $25 monthly unlimited plan.
  • Pros: Excellent processor performance; Android 2.2; great price; 3G speeds using Sprint's network.
  • Cons: 3.2-inch display may be too small for some; inconsistent battery performance.
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LG Optimus V: Hands on with Virgin Mobile’s New Android (Video)

11 February 2011
  • Excerpt: Virgin Mobile has been working hard to change the way we think of prepaid cell phone companies with competitive plans and new, capable, smart phones — all without adding a contract. The latest phone, the LG Optimus V is an Android smart phone running Android 2.2 that is available for $149 without a contract and can be used for as little as $25 a month with unlimited data. The Optimus V joins the Samsung Intercept in Virgin Mobile’s growing stable of Android smart phones.
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Overall 4

LG Optimus Vu im Test

11 August 2013
  • Summary: Ungewöhnlich und interessant zugleich ist das 5 Zoll große Display im 4:3-Bildformat. Das LG Optimus Vu wächst daher ordentlich in die Breite.
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