The best of every other phone all in this one.
Drowning my Samsung Note 5 in the first months of a big data 24 month contract, I looked for a cheap contract just for a replacement phone. Snap decision saw me buy this phone, and I couldn't be happier. 12 months later now and I'm still singing it's praises. Light weight. No buttons on the sides AT ALL. Great battery life. Not as powerful as it's predecessor and the camera not as good, but great value in comparison.
Impressed. Purchased for hubby. Screen quality is excellent for price. I've got Galaxy Note 4 and his LG at $700 less, is comparable in many functions (has some mine doesn't too). Can't deny at $270 this is a great phone in size and features. I certainly won't spend almost $1000 again on a Samsung when LG is worth looking at.
Sluggish phone but has DAB albeit hard to receive good quality
Bought it on sale @ Aldi for about $240 mainly for the DAB radio, you need a wired headphone for it to work properly but you still need to have the phone oriented standing up for it to work properly otherwise you will have no signal at all. Tried listening to DAB on the rail network in Sydney, total lost of reception in any tunnels.
Quad 1.2MHz ARM53 Processor is a bit sluggish and paired with and an Adrenon 3## GPU, it is not at all fast.
The 5.7" is seems ok but its only 720P but who plays 1080 content on a phone anyway, still I doubt the...
Great so far
Initially I was worried about the screen being too big. Now I love it. The battery management seems great (after I turned a few things off). I use Opera Mini instead of the built in browser so my data lasts heaps longer. Great camera, although the basic phone app is well, basic. All in all a worthwhile upgrade to my old phone (also an LG).
A fine idea in theory...but just misses the mark let down by an ordinary phone....
The LG Stylus 2 with DAB+ came to me as a replacement for my Samsung Galaxy S5 which while a fine telephone in its own right, was causing me undue grief and making me sound like a "Dalek" off Dr. Who....
So I thought I would give the LG phone a try.
First thoughts are it is a big phone...seriously big....there is no doubt this one falls smack bang into the "Phablet" class, especially with its built in Stylus for quick note taking..
Bu at 155mm X 80mm it is a hard sell to just slip in unobtrusively into a pocket.
Which brings up its st...rength and its weakness - the display. It is a very large screen - a 5.7" screen which is very large and up there with the Apple 6+ (5.5") or the Samsung Note 5 (5.7"). The problem is that the Samsung note 5 has a resolution of 1440
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