Review: LG Lucid for Verizon Wireless
The LG Lucid offers a 4-inch screen and 4G in a compact body. This little phone may be small in stature and a bit short on looks, but it's big on features and even bigger on functionality. Read Phone Scoop's review to get the real skinny.
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If you're in the market for an inexpensive Android phone that can latch onto Verizon Wireless's LTE 4G network, a device such as the LG Lucid may fit the bill. Despite its $80 price point, it still manages to include a quality display, speedy performance, and of course blazing quick mobile broadband.
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Good review, one detail was wrong though
It actually captures up to 1080p.
Otherwise spot on review. I own this phone, and being my first smartphone, I am rather pleased with it. Sure, it's not an Uberphone, but it's not meant to be. it's meant to be a value minded first phone. It excels at that.