The AT&T LG CF360 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 AT&T LG CF360 has a 1.3 megapixels Camera, 2 inch (QVGA) with a Resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, 65K colours, BLUETOOTH® 2.0, 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.LG Cell phone Reviews
The AT&T LG Xenon’s keyboard is actually a perfect size and a very well designed keyboard. Texting is great, it is easy to get used to, and the texts show up all together like an instant message. The camera has great quality, it does have a flash. The AT&T LG Xenon has a 2 megapixels Camera, BLUETOOTH® 2.0, Music Player for: AAC, AAC+, MP3, WMA, Battery Capacity: Li-Ion 950mAh, Talk time: Up to 4 hours, Standby time: Up to 11 days, Internal memory storage: 100 MB internal memory, Expandable memory storage: 16G microSD (TF) card.
The AT&T LG Incite measures 4.21 x 2.2 x 0.55 inches, weighs 4.23 ounces, it also features include a 3-inch Touch screen display with a resolution of 240 x 400 Pixels, a 3 megapixels camera, BLUETOOTH 2.0, Windows Media Player Mobile 10, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g and more. The AT&T LG Incite phone has a lots bad reviews on AT&T official website (I think that ia because everyone compares it to the iPhone). I got the Incite one month ago, and now I’m so glad I didn’t buy into the bad reviews.
I dropped it so much and both the screen and phone never broke! I’m usually impatient too so the shine made my life easier. You can click certain numbers to automatically go to certain things in your menu screen such as pics, vids, txt inbox, etc (like speed dialing for your menu). Although I loved it I could live without a few things. The AT&T LG Shine(TM) was heavy and very bulky. The battery life would last less than a day so you have to charge it often or talk/text less.
I chose the AT&T LG Neon because everyone had the Propel and I wanted to be a little different. I basically love it. The music system is great, and I love all the ringtones. The full keyboard’s keys could be a little more distinct, but I love the it is otherwise. Also, when i switch screens sometimes it freezes for like a second, and/or it’s a little delayed. I love the huge screen and the keys. Although I wish I could be able to text when it is slid closed, it’s still a great phone.
AT&T LG Vu Specifications: Frequency: GSM/GPRS (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), 3G (UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MHz), Dimensions: 4.25 x 2.16 x 0.51 inches, Weight: 3.16 Ounces, Display: 3 inch touchscreen display with a Resolution of 240 x 400 pixels, 262K colors, 2 megapixels Camera, BLUETOOTH® 1.2, Music Player for: MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, Battery Capacity: Li-Ion 1000mAh, Talk time: Up to 3 hours, Standby time: Up to 10.5 days, Internal memory storage: 120 MB internal memory, Expandable memory storage: 2G microSD card.