Filed Under (LG Cell Phone Reviews) by lg-phones on 25-08-2009

I’ve had the Sprint LG LX370 for only 1 week, I really love this phone, it has a good feel, easy to use, good reception, good battery life. This phone slides open and closed very easily and with little pressure. The speakerphone is great, the camera takes good picture. However, there are many problems on the Sprint LG LX370. For example to set up pictures for your contacts is a hassle to deal with and the video camcorder quality is not that good on it. There are too many areas to get confused with on this phone and to get good at texting with it you really have to get used to it and the buttons are way close together which makes it complicated as well. Lastly the durability isn’t very quality on the Sprint LG LX370LG Cell Phone Reviews

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Sprint LG LX370

Sprint LG LX370


Sprint LG LX370 Phone Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 4.1" x 1.9" x 0.63"
  • Weight: 3.7 oz
  • 2.0 MP Camera
  • Stereo Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
  • Web Browsing with Google search
  • Sprint Mobile Email Work
  • GPS Navigation
  • Battery Information: 900 mAh Li-Polymer
  • Talk Time: Up to 6 hours continuous talk time


sj on 18 May, 2010 at 2:38 pm #

this phone is very neat. i got a plastic clip-on case for it so the pretty silver side don’t get too scratched… and an adhesive screen cover…
Battery life gradually becomes shorter and shorter it would seem.

Also, a very peculiar problem is with the data. The issue arises by itself no matter how many times i “turn off” the Sprint Power Vision data service which states

“While power vision is disabled, you cannot browse the web or use other data services including messaging… you can still place of receive calls, check voicemail or other voice services. You may enable Power Vision at any time…”.

So i thought, why should i pay $0.30/KB? that’s absurd. so i disable it.

last month’s bill, i was charted $55 for “data usage” which included 1800 KB of data being downloaded.
In short, disabling data on this phone on a Spring OS does nothing!

be wary this one, Sprint, and your phone bill!

otherwise, all around nice phone. the camera is pretty clear but just like all other phone CMOS cams, no good for shooting dim areas. Sliding mechanism is very durable and well built.
Music is decent, if you buy 2.5mm to 3.5mm adapter ( i got one for 5 bucks, includes stereo adapter and microphone which is very nice not having to lug around a music player)

however the downside to touching anything besides voice is that it will send data.

Even though i didn’t touch it sometimes, i find the 3G data bar being active on it’s own!

i like this phone, i love it!
except Spring has somehow programmed this thing to Suck MONEY out of your life!

sj on 18 May, 2010 at 2:38 pm #

typo in that last line, i meant

“Sprint” not spring.. haha though it’s a nice spring day outside too.

Guy on 8 September, 2010 at 9:22 pm #

well when i am on mine ill be browseing the internet and it will all of a sudden restart my phone and i am not sure why it does this it’s really irritateing and after awhile i wanna break my phone in half

amanda on 19 November, 2010 at 8:13 pm #

mine does that too!! but i think it’s only when i’m in the sprint browser. I downloaded opera mini for free on jetgar on mine and it’s soooo much better than sprint’s!!

Kimberly on 9 January, 2011 at 6:11 pm #

Worst phone ever! Complete junk! After 3 months it began cutting off every time I unplugged it, hit talk when making a call, hit send when trying to text and whenever it wanted to.

Don’t waste you time money or energy!

Used sprint phones on 16 March, 2011 at 2:29 am #

It works well for me. I love this phone and it simply suited my lifestyle.

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