I got the AT&T LG Xenon phone about 3 months ago. This phone is absolutely awesome, it’s very easy to use and so durable. I love it. The touch screen is great you can adjust the size of the words and buttons but not responsive, you have to put a little pressure on it unlike the iPhone, and it is occasionally slow or freezes but it is not for more than a second. LG Cell phone Reviews
I am personally a huge texter, it’s my life and this phone is great for texting. 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, I feel like I’m using a digital camera, it fits right in with my Photography life style. The voice recorder and the video recorder is real good and the speaker has great sound. The AT&T LG Xenon’s battery isn’t the best but its pretty good, it just needs to be charged like every 2 days. Tip: Since I don’t use the internet, I turn off 3G (set to 2G) to make the battery charge last longer. Calls and texting are not affected. LG-Xenon info
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Only one problem I have was transferring contacts from the SIM card to phone memory. The phone numbers didn’t show up in phone memory. This was fixed by taking out the battery and re-inserting. You only need to do this one time (after transferring contacts).
AT&T LG Xenon Phone Details and Specifications
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I got my Lg Xenon about a week and six days ago. It just froze for about 15 minutes. I like it alot but is slow sometimes and i hear it breaks alot but it hasn’t so far. It has a music player and games which are only some of the cool fetures about it and more.I, however would’t trade it.