Pros -Voices come through loud, natural sounding, and with quiet background. Gives the impression of using a land line at both ends
-Easy to use.
-Decent battery life
-Feels good in hand
Cons Looks cute if not particularly luxurious ( which it's not)
Summary Great choice for those who value loud and clear calls most .
Pros Unlike my previous LG Slide this phone rings with a hearable ring. The feel in your hand, well thought out keys and navigation and sound quality makes this a real value for someone who does little or moderate texting. The best phone I ever had!
Cons No voice command feature and I was unable to eliminate menu items or move them around.
Summary This is all the phone most people can want. The design and layout of the keys, screen size and features make this phone a winner. More than a basic phone, it offers simplicity or complexity depending on your needs. I actually think that for a sometimes text need like mine this phone rules. Price is fair and phone is terrirfic.
This is my secong LG and I think this will turn out to be the best phone I have ever used in more then 20 years as a Cell Phone User.
LG and the other phone vendors should stay with the charger connection for several years. Stop changing accessory connections with each new phone. It wastes our money and clogs landfills and makes it easy to switch to another phone manuifacturer because you have to purchase the accessories yet again. Thats how Motorola lost me as a customer.
Pros A lot of nice features to basically make it a pda. Too bad I can't afford them because of at&t's outrageous data rates. It seems sturdy enough. There weren't a lot of reviews, because it was a relatively new phone, but I took a chance on it anyway.
Cons Only con so far is crashes every day. It otherwise works "normal" but won't call/text in or out, unknowingly. It needs to be rebooted daily, by taking out the battery. VERY annoying when contacts won't come in, and I'm unaware for hours.
Summary Crashes daily, not taking in calls or messages. Does all the other functions like Notepad, etc. I only find out it's not working when I try to text and call out, and it won't work. Reboot sometimes needs the battery taking out. Not reliable for emergency calls. Even with excellent call quality, I'd call it very unreliable, and I think they need to figure out why this happens and have a firmware update available ASAP to resolve the problem, or at least display on the screen or a special beep that says there's some problem occurring, and it needs a reboot. I'd recommend the phone except for that one problem.
Oh, and at+t's outrageous fees for all the "extras" for data transmission, but that's not LG's fault. So I don't get to use those features, since I can't afford it. Too bad. It also sometimes takes quite a while to switch networks (I have three to chose from in my area.) Otherwise, it's a nice phone so far with lots and lots of features. It's no iPhone, but it's enough for me, I guess.
So far it seems pretty sturdy, for a modern "everything" phone. I got it new for $10 at at+t, plus 2-year contract. I've had it for a couple months.
Pros I like the slider and the keys are easy to push. The menu is user friendly.
Cons Sometimes I have to turn my phone off and back on before I can make a call. Sometimes when I turn it off, it won't even turn off... I have to disconnect the battery. Hopefully it isn't acting like that in an emergency.
Pros Phone has a sleak look.
Cons Battery will not hold a charge!
Summary This phone won't even hold a charge for 24 hours. Sometimes the phone goes completely dead & won't respond til I remove the battery & put it back in. I am very dissatisfied with the quality & AT&T refuses to exchange brands or at least the model with me. PS- This phone is less than 30 days old.