LG Optimus L3 Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus L3 preview: A stylish budget Android phone with a small screen

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Michelle Taylor



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This phone is crap. do not buy




800 mhz cpu , good looking phone
grainy display , Signal strength very week , internal memory , loudness of speakers
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The optimus L3 is a good looking phone , plus 800 mhz cpu not bad thats it the only good things about it

display is very grainy the worst display i have ever seen on a phone

Signal strength very weak most of the time no Signal at all so checking your email or going on the internet is most of the time imposible. . This seems to be a common problem with lg phones as my previous Lg phone had the same problem .

Internal memory There is 2 parts one System 384 MB RAM and 1 GB internal memory
System memory is the one counts not the 1 GB internal memory . not many apps are movable so the 384MB RAM gets chewed up pretty quick

Using built in gps works okay but unfortunate the speakers aren't loud enough to hear the turn by turn instructions .

Thats it no more LG phones for me
So as soon as i used up all the credit in the rubbish bin

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