LG Connect 4G User Reviews
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Build quality7/10Text input7/10Everyday usage7/10UI speed8/10Camera7/10Multimedia7/10Internet7/10Call quality8/10Battery6/10Reception9/10Display8/10
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posted on 18 Dec 2012, 02:43 (Posts: 0; Member since: 18 Dec 2012)
Worth it if it's on sale for $150 or less
lg_review has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
Ok, this is SIMPLE: If the phone is on sale for $150 or less, BUY IT!
It has the same specs as the LG Motion, except that it runs on Gingerbread 2.3. Just check out the raw numbers and you'll see you're getting a better and bigger screen.
Of course if you really want Jellybean, then go for the Motion.
I live in the hills, in a basement apartment. Above me are 2 stories. And I actually get reception with this phone in the back of my apartment! In other words, the antenna is pretty damn good.
Voice quality is good, call quality is good. Definitely a strong point.
Well, it's going to vary based on where you live. I haven't really gotten super fast speeds, but it's fast enough to listen to streaming music and download apps/updates quickly. For the price, it's worth it.
The camera is average. Nothing special. Doesn't handle high contrast situations so well. Backlighting really gives it fits. It's not bad though.
The video quality is good. Don't expect to shoot a movie with it though.
I like the interface, but that's a personal thing. It's smooth and not laggy. So that's a big plus.
Ok, here's the GLARING weak spot. This thing dies quickly. With moderate use, like listening to music, making a few calls and sending a few text messages, the battery is almost dead by the end of the day. NOTE: I have not used JuiceDefender yet, because I want to see how long the battery will last.
The Feel of the Phone:
I...Build quality 7/10Reception 9/10Call quality 8/10Internet 7/10Multimedia 7/10Camera 7/10UI speed 8/10Everyday usage 7/10Text input 7/10Display 8/10Battery 6/10
- Strong antenna
- Price: Got it on sale for $150
- Sound quality on calls is good
- The phone is responsive, no lag
- Screen is bright and relatively big
- Accepted my 16 GB SD card packed with music, no formatting necessary
- It gets very hot
- I had to setup the phone myself which was a HUGE hassle
- Battery is WEAK, it dies quickly with average use
- Retail is $349, which is too expensive
- The benchmarks on the graphics SUCK
- Can't feel the phone on vibrate
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