"Not bad. Replaced my 3D as well but went to a Note II."3.0 starson by c_b_z85
Pros: Brilliant HD screen is very impressive, body is very sleek and lightweight, zippy quad-core processor allows most apps to run flawlessly, camera resolution is almost comparable to my $650 16mp PNS camera, and the price (with a deal) is excellent!
Cons: Battery runs down rather quickly, battery/power saver option causes some apps/games to bog down, without battery/power saver option on NFS: MW did not run too smooth, phone receiver speaker could allow for crisper calls as could the speakerphone.
Summary: I upgraded from a Evo 3D to the Opt G, which surprisingly I'd say my Evo 3D was overall better (to mention I never really even used the 3D that often, so that's not even a considerable factor). The thing that "tips the scale" is that NFS: Most Wanted ran flawlessly on my Evo 3D, opposed to it bogging/lagging on the Opt G (with power/battery saver option OFF). I ended up giving it to my wife and switched to a Note II, which I'd say is 10x better (if you don't mind the bulkiness, especially inside of an OtterBox). Back to the LG - it's a great phone overall, especially for business or everyday entertainment stuff, maybe not so much for the gamer though (even though the screen does look so darn good). The price is more than reasonable with a deal they'll surely give you. All in all, it's a great piece of technology. I just rated it low because the processor just couldn't keep up, making me feel that the phone was overrated from the start. Maybe it was a bad one? Oh well, LOVE MY NOTE II so I'm good.