LG LX370 Review
Call quality on the LG LX370 was above average, but not by much. Callers rated us a 6.5/10, saying that we sounded like we were on a cell phone. To us they sounded very thin; the volume was fine but there was no beef to their voice. The battery is rated for a very robust 6 hours of talk time and 11.6 days of standby, both impressive numbers.
The only real complaint we have with LG’s LX370 is the price. At $100 it is more expensive than most phones in Sprint’s lineup, including more compelling offerings like the BlackBerry Curve and Samsung Exclaim. We really like it as a mid-range phone, the form factor and build quality are great, but would like to see the price tag come down to $50 or less. At that price we can overlook the poor camera and so-so all quality, but at $100 we’re inclined to look elsewhere.
LG LX370 Video Review:
- Very enjoyable form factor and feel
- Great build quality
- Good keypad for those who prefer T9
- So-so sound quality
- Below average camera performance
- Priced too high
1. sodabread15 (Posts: 1; Member since: 10 Jun 2011)
I have had this phone for about 7 months. For about 3 months, it was a good phone,suitable for people who don't use a lot of data. But then, the problems started. For some inexplicable reason, battery consumption was way up and very rapid, and ,I started receiving charges for data that I wasn't using. What would happen is that when I toggle to the tools tile, sometimes it would jump to the google tile on its own and "bam", data charge. Sprint could not explain why this was happening. They gave me some credits, but later stopped. I eventually had to switch my service to another phone before I was nickel and dimed to death. I was very disappointed with what started out to be a very promising phone. Perhaps they will fix this glitch in the future, but my relationship with the lx370 is over.