- Size (LWH): 2.13 inches, 0.66 inches, 4.24 inches
- Weight: 4.64 ounces
- Network Compatibility: UMTS
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 180 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 240 hours
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Slim, stylish and well connected! Browse the Mobile Web on the large 3-inch WQVGA display, or message your friends with a full QWERTY keyboard. If you write a bunch of text messages each day, this LG phone will make life easy with the one-touch LG Instant Note feature. Instant Note is one of the big highlights for this device because users can quickly compose messages and share with friends on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Words are nice, but sometimes words can never capture the full story. With the LG Xpression you won’t have to worry since there is a 2 megapixel camera and camcorder to ensure you don’t miss a perfect picture opportunity. The Xpression also supports the full line of 3G media, location, and downloadable music services. Device features include the following:
The full-featured, premium AT&T Navigator GPS navigation application includes audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates and re-routing options, and 3D moving maps (additional charges applicable). AT&T Navigator offers several other features to make your commute more enjoyable and reliable, including mobile access to Yellowpages.com. Additional AT&T services available for this device include: AT&T Address Book, AT&T Music, AT&T Maps, AT&T Code Scanner, myAT&T, and AT&T Radio.
The Xpression weighs 4.59 ounces and measures 4.24 (H) x 2.13 (W) x 0.66(D) inches. The 1,000 mAh battery allows up to 3.3 hours of talk time (certain features may use more power and cause actual time to vary) and up to 10 days in standby mode. The phone runs on AT&T’s 3G network and can operate on the following frequencies: UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900,GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 Class 10.
Quick one-touch access to texting, email, social networks
and the internet (view larger).
What's in the Box
LG Xpression device, 1,000 mAh Lithium-ion battery, USB data cable, AC adaptor, Quick Start Guide
Top Customer Reviews
One of the maddening things about AT&T is that if you connect a smartphone to their system (and they catch you), you automatically get upgraded to a data plan. So if you don't want a data plan, you need to find a "dumbphone" that they will allow on their network without a plan.
The LG Xpression is about halfway between a smartphone and a dumbphone, and is made for people who want to send text messages but not to use a data plan. It runs a few apps and looks android-ish (but is not android), has a sliding keyboard, a touchscreen, and is pretty good. I got this for my daughter, who is a serious texter but doesn't need a data plan, and so far she seems pretty happy.
(Update: After several weeks, my daughter asked me to drop this to three stars because of some design flaws -- see below).
What I like:
- For the price (currently free with plan), it's pretty good. It plays music, takes pictures, sends SMS and MMS messages, and can run a few apps.
- Texting is pretty good. It has a slider keyboard, and arranges text exchanges into conversations by sender.
- Connecting to a computer is well designed. When you connect to a PC through the micro-USB charging port, you get options to mount the phone as an external storage device (requires memory card), to sync music, or to use the PC for an internet connection. I haven't finished testing that last option, but really appreciate it --assuming it works, it means that we can get to the AT&T app store without buying a data plan.Read more ›
I was looking for something to replace an older Pantech Link, that I use primarily for talking hands-free while driving and for texting.
I didn't want another phone with a data plan(already have iphones around the house), so one can imagine the choices are limited. Further, although the Pantech Link wasn't bad for a simple phone, I wasn't thrilled with it and we haven't had the greatest luck with other Pantech models my family members have had in the past. Needless to say, with AT&T, my choices of non-data plan phones became even further limited.
I'm going to keep this write-up short, but in summary, everything works the way it is supposed to (keep in mind this is not a smartphone). The touch screen is not like an iphone, but it is certainly acceptable. It is accurate, sensitive enough and predictable. One nice plus, I'm a mountain biker and ride with gloves. You cannot operate the touch screen on many phones while wearing gloves, but this one works fine. The ringer and speakerphone volumes are plenty loud when you want them to be.
One thing I needed to get used to: The bluetooth volume when you make a new call always defaults to the setting you configure in the phone settings. This is ok if you have that setting where you want it. Some phones go to the volume you used during the last call, which is nice. Of course, you can always adjust the volume during the call, but it will revert back for the next call. This is a very minor thing, and can be annoying if you don't set it the way you want it in the settings.Read more ›
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I mentioned in the video that you will need a cover for this phone due to it's very slick finish. Amazon carries one Body Glove model in two colors but as of this review there are no others manufactured.
LG Xpression C395 Inlay Body Glove Gel Case Red
Body Glove 9258101 Hard Shell Gel Inlay Slider Case f/LG Xpression Black
Overall I highly recommend this phone if you do not want a phone that requires a data plan and you are not one who beats the crud out of your cell phones. The slider function seems well built but may not withstand the torture some put their phones through. I'm giving this phone five stars because for the type of phone it is I think it deserves it. However I am not comparing it the amazing smart phones that are on the market today. This LG Xpression is not in their class (or price range).
Touch screen works very well
Easy to use menus that make sense
Good sound and reception
Excellent battery life with the right setting
Easy to attach bluetooth function
Sharp colorful screen
One button screen lock
Can add 32mg card
Replaces MP3 player
Tools such as calendar, notes, alarm, photo editing...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good condition but phone was not reset and cleared. Some keys were jammed.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
My company makes us carry these. They are a horrible piece of junk. Frustrating to use in all ways from trying to text message all the way to trying to hear what is being said over... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Hello Hello Hello
The LG Expression 2 was my first touchscreen phone. I previously had a flip phone and did not use texting.
I have been doing battle with this phone for four months. Read more
Almost new. My daughter loves it. Great for texting and making calls.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
My second purchase, always a great phone, it lasted over 2 years the first time, and only broke when someone drove on it !
Package came clean and fast
Software for this phone is totally inadequate. You cannot load apps from Google Play. AT&T App Store no longer exists, so you are pretty much stuck with a useless... Read morePublished 5 months ago by wg4100
I have been using the LGC410 cellphone for about one year. I have used the music file regularly during that time with no problems. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Linda Russell