Filed Under (LG Cell Phone Reviews) by lg-phones on 03-08-2009

The AT&T LG CF360 phone is one excellent phone, I really like this phone, bought one for my girl friend. After playing with it a few times and it seems to be very durable and easy to use.  LG Cell phone Reviews

This AT&T LG CF360 phone is great for music, texting, and calling!! The speaker is loud and the audio quality is also very good. It is super easy to text on. I’m a big texter (about 2300+ a month) and despite not having a keyboard I’m completely able to text well on this phone. The battery life is not the best for me, i charge the battery every night. But other AT&T LG CF360 phone owners said that the battery life is good. Thus, if you don’t text or use the phone much, the battery will last a good while when you do use it, the battery seems to run down fairly quickly.

AT&T LG CF360 phone photos – LG Cell phone pictures



The camera is nice for the phone, it’s not supposed to be a high end camera. I wish it would have had a 2mp camera instead of the 1.3mp but the photos not bad and there are a lot of fun features. I figured out that if you use the camera while the phone is closed it’s much easier to use than when it’s open. Over the whole the camera isn’t the best, but it’s alright, that’s why we have digital cameras.

The display is really good and I would have liked to have a shortcut available on the main screen that I could manipulate rather than having to use the arrows.

AT&T LG CF360 Phone Details and Specifications

  • Frequency: GSM/GPRS (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), 3G (UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MH)
  • Dimensions: 3.97 x 1.89 x .66 inches
  • Weight: 3.51 ounces
  • Display: 2 inch (QVGA) with a Resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, 65K colours
  • 1.3 megapixels Camera
  • BLUETOOTH® 2.0
  • Music Player for: MP3, AMR-NB, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA10
  • Battery Capacity: Li-Ion 910 mAh
  • Talk time: Up to 3 hours
  • Standby time: Up to 10 days 10 hours
  • Expandable memory storage: 8G microSD card


AT&T LG Phones - LG Cell Phones Blog on 5 August, 2009 at 6:13 am #

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3rd Camaro on 28 October, 2009 at 6:23 pm #

The LG CF 360 is flawed when it comes to its Music Player. AT&T had to send me two replacements after the first model’s music player continually malfunctioned. The other two phones had the same problem – periodic “Play Back
Error”. Finally, then sent me the LG Xenon. It actually works and the playback of the Music player is perfect. Don’t buy the CF360 – get the Xenon instead.

lmw on 5 November, 2009 at 1:10 pm #

I’ve had the same problem with the LG CF 360 music player. I’ve had it replaced once and then tried replacing the memory card and stil get “Play Back Error”. I’m working with AT&T Technical Support who are telling me they don’t have any other reports of this problem, however, when I search the internet I’m finding it reported over and over again. I’m hoping I can get it replaced with another model as well. The phone is great to use strictly as a phone, but don’t buy it if you want to use it as a music player. There is obviously a problem with the software for this component.

roar.1994 on 23 February, 2010 at 6:18 pm #

I am wondering how much to at&t phone LG CF360 pay every month?

steven on 25 February, 2010 at 5:25 am #

I did not get lucky… The first day I realized, that somebody is calling me, but name on the caller ID is from previous caller… The same happened when I selected somebody from the Address book and pressed “Send” button. It was calling that number, but for some reason name was of another caller, who I just called before. When I entered a new contact to the address book – it did not let me edit it later – after all corrections I selected “Save” option in the left bottom corner, but square with error message “No Data” popped up, exclamation mark and misspelled name stays the same – misspelled up until now… Too much trouble for two days of having this phone… Tech-support had no clue what that might be, and I am getting another phone from AT@T. This time – it will be Nokia…

be nm on 6 May, 2010 at 9:39 pm #

hows the speakers

Karen Anderson on 30 May, 2010 at 5:26 pm #

This phone is a total POS. The contact name function is completely bizarre. When I receive a call, the display only shows the 10-digit phone number, all crammed together with no spaces or hyphens. I have yet to figure out how to get the sender’s name to appear on the display when I receive a call. The voicemail icon will not display how many voicemails you have or who they are from. The main thing I need this phone for is, drum roll please: A PHONE that gives me the basic information I need when I am receiving a call. I am ready to throw this POS in the TRASH.

tt on 29 September, 2010 at 9:06 pm #

I got suckered into joining att with the lgcf 360 I want a cooler phone they could have started me out with a cooler phone. I do not Like texting from it. I WANT A KEYBOARD but I havre to wait almost 2 years for a up-gread it is a good phone but it is not cool.

Mike G on 22 January, 2011 at 5:28 pm #

Hello All,
I think I may have a solution for the ‘Playback Error’ problem with the LG CF360. Below, I have put the steps that caused my phone to have the error and then the steps I took to get rid of the error.

Firstly, my CF 360 worked well for hours of playing songs without any error. Then, after I did the following steps, the error happened over and over.
• I pushed a mp3 ring tone via blue tooth to the phone with the SD card in. It saved the ring tone in the SD card, but I wanted it on the phone in case the card was out, it would still ring.
• I took out the SD card and pushed the same file to the phone, so it would save on the phone and not the SD card.
• I also pushed another mp3 to the phone.
Then, the “Playback error” happened intermittently every few minutes.
This may have been caused by either
1. The phone’s library of mp3’s being corrupted because of the same file in two locations, or
2. The phone’s physical memory getting too low to effectively play music.
Here are the steps I took that got rid of the error.
• Delete the duplicate mp3 from the SD card
• Move all music mp3’s to the SD card and off of the phone.
• Move some pictures to the SD and off of the phone.
• Shut off phone
• Take out SD card.
• Turn on phone and try to play a playlist of songs that were on the SD card (causes the phone not find the file and update the music library)
• Put in SD card while the phone is on. (causes the phone to re-build the music library).
After I did this, I have played mp3’s for hours without any errors at all, just like before. Either I had too much stuff on the phone or the music library was not correct causing the crash.
I hope it helps.

Christian on 28 July, 2012 at 6:57 am #

My phone won’t let my have a picture as my wallpaper. I’m not sure if I did something, or if there’s something I can do to make it work again. Or if I’d have to wait to find a new phone. Please help.

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