Review: LG G3 Vigor for AT&T
If the full-sized LG G3 is too much phone for you, then the G3 Vigor might be the right match. It channels the bigger phone's good looks and solid feature set, but packages them into a smaller, less-expensive handset.
The phone is comfortable to hold and use, has a nice screen, offers excellent signal and voice performance, and manages to do OK with the battery, too. LG's user interface skin atop Android still looks good and functions well. The camera did better than I expected it to, despite the lack of advanced shooting modes, and media options are plentiful.
The Vigor's greatest asset is probably the price. The phone costs just $335 at full retail, but AT&T is selling it for about $11 per month (depending on the AT&T Next plan you choose). At that price, the Vigor is a bargain. It's like paying for a Toyota and getting a Lexus.
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