LG K8 (2018) / Zone 4 / Tribute Dynasty / Tribute Empire
Phone Scoop Review
Mar 19, 2018 by Eric M. Zeman
LG's Tribute Dynasty is a sub-$100 handset sold by Boost Mobile and Sprint. This low-cost Android handset features a simple design, average build, and entry-level capabilities. Here is Phone Scoop's in-depth review. read review ›
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Piece of junk, wasted money....
I bot this fone as refurbished understanding - and having faith - that refurbished means that the device is examined and tested to like-new condition. Well, this turned out to be another consumer electronics rip-off. After only 3 months, the fone has started to act erratically, and now the power button doesn't work properly, and it's out of the measly 2 month warranty.... don't know if it is the fone itself or a bad, fraudulent refurbishment process, but i'm disgusted amd turning to a different brand. And definitely keeping my price as low as possible. If the fone had been more expensive that this, i would have been really angry....
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Pretty awesome phone for price
Carrier: U.S. Cellular
No its not a 500+ $ phone but for the price you pay its a really great little phone. Ive had all types of phones with all carriers over the years, from high end iphones, samsungs and blackberrys to basic phones. Entry level phones have come a long ways. This one is speedy, fast LTE connection and never hiccups of anything I ask it to do. I'm in a pretty brutal and unforgiving environment also (oilfield) and its been dropped several times and even in water with zero effects. Lucky?, maybe but still, I paid $130 for this phone and so far has performed as well as my old IPhone 8 at a fraction of the cost. Frankly I got tired of paying a lot of money on top of ever rising monthly phone bill with the big V and decided to switch things up a bit and couldn't be happier. The camera is decent, volume is good even outside and display is easy to read inside and outside. The only complaint is the phone is slippery in the hands without a case. I don't like cases because I like to slide the phone in my pocket, but I wish it had a more textured surface for a better grip like the K8 2016 had. Thanks LG for making a great product. Your TV and refrigerators are awesome too lol.