LG Lucid 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) Reviews




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  1. David B. Smithwick says:
    60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent Mid-Range Android Phone, April 5, 2012
    This review is from: LG Lucid 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    Pros- Great Price tag, Dual core processors and the 1GB of RAM make this phone really snappy. The frotn facing camera is a nice addition, the build quality is nice with gorilla glass and aluminum accents around the sides, 2.3.6 with ICS in the future, 4G LTE is nice as well, the screen is a good size.

    Cons-The cameras aren’t exactly the best quality colors are muted and the sharpness isn’t there. The screen doesn’t name enough colors and pixels are slightly grainy, the battery charges quickly but drains fast, no SD Card.

    I have had this phone since the day it came out and so far it has been pretty good. The phone has really snappy performance with the Dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4G LTE make the phones performance feel really quick, the dual cameras are a nice addition. The promise of Android 4.0 ICS in the future means that this phone is a little future proof. The call quality is great and the keyboard is easy to use and type text messages or send emails. The camera and the screen both could be better but these are no penalty box. Some people complain about LG’s interface but I find it isn’t to intrusive and has some handy features. Battery life is abysmal in the best of situations but on the plus side it charges pretty quickly. Overall the 79.99 price tag retail is very fair for the features you get, so this is no penalty box for a phone and you will be pretty happy with it in the end.

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  2. BGroovy2 says:
    41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good phone for the price, May 15, 2012
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    BGroovy2 (Tidewater Va.) –

    This review is from: LG Lucid 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    To start off, this is not a review about Verizon customer service, that’s a whole different scenario! This is strictly about the LG Lucid phone. Since our old phones were wearing out, we decided to up grade to our first smart phones. The selling point was the price and the duel cameras that allows use of apps like tango…trust me when I tell ya, this is a grandkid thing!
    When the phones arrived, the activation instructions were simple to follow and only took a few minutes for each one to be up and fully functional. After having these for a week, they are easy to use and set up. They come preloaded with some good apps. If you like phone games, you will have to download your own. It only comes with two demo games, no solitaire!
    All the functions that I have used perform well. The dual-core processors are very quick. I have not used it as a wi-fi tether yet. 4G connectivity has given us no issues so far. No matter what type of building I’m in, there is always a couple of bars on the signal meter.

    The only real con to this phone, as with all smartphones is the short battery life. It has to be charged everyday, vice once a week. You will want to download and install JuiceDefender to extend the battery charge. I am going to order the extended life batteries in the very near future to try to improve the battery life issue.
    It appears that once again, Apple has been beat at their own game. This outperforms the iphone in price, network speed and dependability.

    Update:
    We got the extended life batteries for the phones now. It does extend the battery life with moderate use. If you can resist the urge to play on it all the time, you can get a couple of days worth of charge running juicedefender.
    Keep in mind though, your cases will not fit because of the bigger battery. You will have to modify them to make them fit. I cut out a square hole in the back of my wifes jel case to make it work.

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