Review: LG Mach for Sprint
The LG Mach for Sprint is a solid little Android smartphone. It offers the right selection of features and nearly all perform well. With the exception of the camera - which only takes average images - everything else works as it should.
The physical device itself is comfortable to hold and use. The keyboard has the right selection of keys and works well for inputting text. The basics (signal, voice, and battery performance) are all right on the money.
The software customizations from Sprint and LG are obvious, but don't get in the way too much. The Mach offers plenty of room for user personalization, and the Android 4.0 system software is well-matched with a dual-core processor for solid performance.
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Sprint customers who need a QWERTY smartphone should look at the LG Mach before any other option.
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