It’s no secret that the Sprint LG Lotus comes out the box with a few problems (excessive lag, random resets, no flash on camera..) but its still a good phone for low-to-middle users. The form factor is great for girls and guys. I’m a guy, and I have the red one, and I still get positive comments and no glaring ‘eww’ looks. LG Cell Phone Reviews
The keyboard is probably one of the best I’ve used in my short time in QWERTY land. I have medium sized hands and typing hasn’t been much of an issue to me. You will have the occasional slip-up though. Battery life is so-so, as I charge it everyday with somewhat light use (heavy text messages, light calls, data usage out the ying-yang). Sprint OneClick is the downfall of this device, as it lags your system. It’s cool to use, but I prefer LG’s UI. TV is just ok, as you still get a lot of buffering and pixelation from the Rev-0. Music is great on this phone, as well as Sprint Navigation.
I do wish Sprint would release a few more firmware upgrades for the LG Lotus, but its a hardware world, and LG Lotus 2 is coming around the corner within the year. I still insist on getting this phone if you’re not yet smartphone savvy.
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Sprint LG Lotus Phone Specifications:
- Dimensions: 3.3" x 2.4" x 0.7"
- Weight: 3.7 oz.
- 3G speeds where available
- Sprint® One Click
- Music capable
- Sprint TV®
- GPS Navigation
- Web browsing
- Bluetooth® Wireless
- Memory card slot
- Voice activated dialing
- Battery: 900 mAh standard
- Talk Time: Up to 5.5 hours of continuous talk time
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