Getting Frustrated, LG Electronics Ratings and Reviews
22 August 2013
Summary: I've had this phone for a couple of years. Was very durable and dependable but has started getting buggy. I minute it will connect to the blue-tooth in my car, the next time it doesn't. The other day, the alarm went off and it was no where near the time it was supposed to go off. Noticed later it was 8 hours and 3 years off on the time and date. Today, it would let me make calls but could send and receive text.
Pros: Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: Purchased this phone after I lost my T-Mobile Galaxy for twice the price. Both have pull-out keyboards which I love for texting, but the LG has a nice touch screen instead of the stupid T-Mobile "roller ball." The keyboard has a better tactile feel then the T-Mobile which make texting easier.
Summary: I have bought two of these phones so far. While there is not a lot to it (talk, text, a couple game demos and an mp3 player), if you do not need a lot out of your phone, then this is a good match. It has pretty decent battery life; I can usually go for a day or two without charging it (average 70-100 texts and 4 hours or so of mp3 player use per day). It is also a very durable phone, which is surprising considering how small and light it is.