Review: LG LX370
Jul 29, 2009, 4:37 PM by Eric M. Zeman
LG's LX370 brings the simple basics to the table and does them well. It may lack star power, but those needing a phone for everyday needs ought to give the LX370 a look.
If you're looking for a run-of-the-mill handset for basic, everyday needs, the LG's LX370 for Sprint is probably going to fit the bill. It has a fair number of features and the easy-to-use Sprint OneClick user interface. It may fall flat in the thrills department, but the workhorse underneath is what's more important.
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Curious... How do you pick what phones you review?
- There is generally more demand for reviews of higher-end phones. There are generally: A. people who do a lot of research and are willing to spend more on a phone, and B. people who don't care as much and won't spend