likes Asus ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 33.33% conservation
⋅ since 2000 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
Software was fine, but battery life not so good. Also, build quality wasn't great - stress cracks and warping from normal use.
It was good while it worked. But fragile. And it died unexplainedly stuck on the Google logo one day. No amount of fastboot trickery could bring it back. So no, I would not buy another. Definitely unhappy. EDIT: Turns out I bought another. Nothing else on the market fills this niche as well, sadly.
It worked, but it was slow. Too slow.
Probably the best phone I've ever had. It liked to walk itself off of flat surfaces, but other than that it never had a hiccup.
Good once you add Android.
Terrible. Software was randomly laggy and buggy, and LG never released a final fix for it. They kept promising ICS and never delivered either.
Good enough phone, though GPS was always terrible on it. No official update past Froyo was frustrating as well, especially when the updated "4G" version got Gingerbread and the only difference was the radio.
Haha, it was a feature phone.
I miss the trackball. I don't miss apps being constantly forced out of memory.
It was nice.
Had the VOGUE version which was Sprint, and had beefed up specs compared to the GSM (elf?) version.
It was a really nice phone. Great sound quality. Build was much more rock solid than the competing RAZR. If only Sanyo knew hot to market.
If Adam Sandler did a phone theme song, similar to his Piece of Sh__ Car... It would be about this phone.
It always worked, you could change the keypad and faceplate when they wore out, and it had Snake. What more could you want?
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
lotherius's top choice is
with Asus 2 likes from a total of 2 mobiles.
In the bottom list of preference Motorola takes first place with 1 negative dislikes.
lotherius's most conserved brand is
with a total of LG 3 owned devices (20% of total phones), lotherius is still owning 2 of those phones
(67 % of total LG owned mobiles).
lotherius also like
by holding T-Mobile 3 T-Mobile devices in
timeline (still has 1 of those) .
lotherius still has
5 of a total of 15 owned mobiles representing 33.33% of total.
lotherius's first device was a
Nokia 5165 owned in 2000. lotherius no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, lotherius changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.00).
In time lotherius got mobile devices from the following brands:
(3), T-Mobile (3), Asus (2), Motorola (1), Nokia (1), Sanyo (1), Samsung (1), HP (1), OnePlus (1), HTC (1).
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