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Review: LG Lucid 2 for Verizon Wireless

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bofis

Apr 11, 2013, 11:52 AM

How long did you use the phone to judge battery life?

Android indexes apps and everything for the first day or two, and I'd imagine you play with a phone much more in the first couple of days, so battery life is always going to be worse initially than later on.
I tested it for 3+ days. I am aware of the indexing behavior. Battery life was worst the third day of testing.
Many LG phones have some real trouble with battery life.

I don't really know how they fix to drain a battery so fast. The same case of the Nexus 4. The Optimus G has better battery life, and they both are the same phone Confused
Riot_Act

Apr 20, 2013, 11:45 PM

Have a new BM Eric?

I hope this time I am correct. Cool
vzwpro

Apr 11, 2013, 12:19 PM

Starter and Standard Modes

The phone also comes with a Starter and Standard mode that will help those new to smartphones transition a lot easier. It will also save your layout when switching from one mode to the other.
in denial

Apr 4, 2013, 5:59 PM
over in the "LG Lucid 2" discussion:

Bootloader?

Any chance this phone comes with an unlocked botloader?
it won't COME with one, but there's always hope...not that you really need that to ROOT and ROM your phone
Jayshmay

Apr 4, 2013, 7:14 AM
over in the "LG Lucid 2" discussion:

Key Lime Pie?. . .

What are the chances the Lucid 2 will be upgraded to Key Lime Pie? It does have 8GB's of internal memory so it can take some more software.

Also, the Lucid 2, as of 4/4/13, still isn't listed for purchase on either Verizon or Amazon's website, so I have no idea how much full retail will be???
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I wouldn't count on Key Lime Pie. It certainly could happen, but generally you should only expect upgrades for flagship devices. And this is no flagship.
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