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It's really easy Smartphone


Apr 2, 2012 by eastjob

It is my first 4G LTE smartphone and very easy to use.

- easy to use and convenient
- Pocketable size(4.0")
- very cute theme
- afforable price($79.99)
- Good resolution
- Dual core process
- Good quality camera
- Battery life
- Design(Back cover/Side) and Color

- Could not find yet

signal week


Jul 29, 2012 by gvwinter

love the small size
Big print
memory size
much more

can not maintain enough signal strength
long delays
short battery useage

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LG Lucid


Apr 26, 2012 by shargraves07


~Can actually see in the bright sunlight

~A 4G phone that doesn't cost an arm and leg

~Not to small but just right for the pocket or purse

~Eco Friendly :)

~Onscreen number pad


~No kickstand :(

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Good first smart phone.


Apr 12, 2012 by Red_Chaos1   updated May 10, 2013

At the time of purchase, the LG Lucid wasgoing for an activated price of $129.99 with a $50 mail in rebate, making it an $80 phone. It has since been eclipsed by a version 2, and many other phones. It was sold as being ICS upgradeable and has since received its upgrade, with a further large update from LG about a month or so after that.

It is marketed by LG as a beginners Android smart phone, and it excels at this. It doesn't have the biggest highest resolution or most colorful screen, but it still manages to look damn good, and it is plenty bright. The sound is much louder than any phone I had, and should not be a problem to hear ringing at distance. Battery life seems appropriate, you will need to plug it in every night if you use it light to moderately, even just for a lot of SMS use. The UI is relatively easy to figure out and navigate within a days use.

Transferring files to and from the phone is very simple as well, just a matter of plugging it in, though when plugged in, access to the SD card is cut off from the phone, so any custom ringers and notifications will stop working as the phone will temporarily revert to defaults (if you store your ringers and notifications there instead of the internal storage).

-Bright 4" screen
-Dual core with built in GPU
-Small enough to fit in a pocket
-Front and rear facing cameras
-Good quality 5MP rear facing camera
-Simplicity in design

-Can become laggy when using complex live wallpapers
-Based on previous generation Snapdragon processor
-No SD card included

Great Bang for Buck, but not perfect


Apr 10, 2012 by Commbubba19

Size (hate the big phone fad)
Good Screen (4" = perfect compromise)
Dual Core
Plenty of Memory
SD Card slot
Android 2.3.6
HDMI out (though i don't use it)
Good tactile feedback from Power/volume buttons

Browser (Long delays when trying to scroll/screen freezes)
Poor Battery Life (no 4g/3g toggle)
Random Bugs (bluetooth not auto connecting known devices, keyboard defaulting to special character/number pad when replying to sms)
Shiny Battery cover/easily scratched
VGA front camera
5mp rear Camera (though quick shutter speed)
LG interface (A bit restrictive vs. Sense)
Power button is small
Capacitive keys don't stay lit when awake
obnoxious VERIZON logo right above capacitive keys

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