"Good features, simple to use, but crashes a lot"3.5 starson by mfskarphedin
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.