Review: LG Lucid for Verizon Wireless
Overall, the LG Lucid is a fine little phone. It scores well on most features. Though I think it's a bit plain in the fashion department, the hardware works well and offers a balance of features and transportability.
It's a good voice phone, has excellent data performance, a wonderful screen, and decent battery life. The user interface is a cinch to learn, flexible enough to suit most people, and fast enough to power through even the most intense games I threw at it. Add to these characteristics a decent camera, a few unique widgets, and good multimedia performance and the Lucid is practically a homerun.
If you're looking for 4G on a budget, the $80 LG Lucid is a solid device. I'd recommend it highly for anyone who prefers function over form.
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