LG Optimus L5 Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus L5 preview: A mid-range, stylish smartphone that doesn't push any boundaries.

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big screen, clear resolution, responsive, cool features
only had it for three hours and it's already frozen once, but that might've been my fault
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-the "back" and menu touch buttons are on opposite sides to more common phones (e.g samsung) so have to get used to that. it shouldn't take too long though.
-it certainly has a nicer feel than my samsung gio, looks nicer and cooler features. Hopefully it will last longer than my gio; the gio began to malfunction after less than a year, so did my friend's samsung ace.
-nice big screen, clear resolution
-I was setting everything up on it and it froze. it might've been my fault, and it was easily fixed by locking then unlocking the phone with the button on the top.
Let's just see how long this phone lasts, I've heard most andriods malfunction after a year.

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