"Released in Dec 2011, it had all the specs of IPhone 5."3.5 starson by erg208
Pros: Released in December 2011, it had all the specs of IPhone 5 of 2012. And now with ICS it's even a better phone. Excellent & gorgeous HD display (326 ppi). 1080p video recording. Amazing LTE speeds & HSPA+ backhaul with AT&T. Nice slim design.
Cons: Battery life is an issue due to its HD screen and LTE signal. Wished it had more onboard storage capacity (only 4GB); although you can bump it up with the addition of 32GB microSD card. Audio quality during phone calls can be low at times.
Summary:REGRET UPDATE: Frustratingly unstable w/ Ice Cream Sandwich. This is my 2nd Android after Motorola Atrix 4G. Suckered by LTE and 'great' features reviews. Already came installed with ICS 4.0.4 from AT&T. Only had phone for few mos. Regularly reboots/shutdown. I thought it was the battery and replaced it with a new one. Still same problem occurs even with soft reset recommended by LG Tech Support. Using LTE signal - screen and back of phone gets very warm then shuts down. With WiFi only it's ok. Battery life is not the best. Purchased extended 3850 mAH battery which seem to work well. Lasts 2 days without charging. Had a LG CU400 phone before with same problem overheating and poor battery life. Read reviews this phone works better with Gingerbread. No news whether its upgradeable to JB which has been out for close to a year now. Disappointed with Android and LG on slow to response when it comes to updating. I'm heading to iPhone (or even Blackberry) camp once contract expires.
Updated on Apr 20, 2013