LG Optimus L9 Android phone

The LG Optimus has a large 4.7in, qHD display and an attractive and functional design

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
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    0.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 399.00 (AUD)

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may look great for the first few month
LG don't support their phone upgrade! stay away from LG
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LG has been known for not supporting their software upgrade. You may get the latest android right now. But you are going to stuck with that android version for the rest of your smartphone life. Don't buy LG, you will regard it next year when everyone is using Android 5.0. I am a victom of the G2X, they promised to upgrade it when it was released 2 years ago. I now have a samsung s3 and the g2x still hasn't get that updated LG originally promised. In fact, LG don't even response to G2X update questions at all... LOL

Christian Ellis



Not the LG Optimus L9
LG Optimus L9
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Do you people work for LG? This phone is a giant piece of crap. It comes with 2 gigs of internal storage. A full gig is taken up by pre-installed bloat ware leaving a measely 1 gig for apps, photos, contacts and misc data. Micro SD card is useless unless you root your phone because the OS doesn't allow you to use the "external" sd for anything. I have never been more dis-satisfied with an android phone. First and last LG phone I will ever buy.

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