LG 840G Prepaid Phone With Triple Minutes (Tracfone)
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- FREE Triple Minutes for Life!
- 3.2inch Touch Screen
- APP Capable, Mobile Web, MP3 Player, and MMS Picture Messaging
- Bluetooth Wireless Technology
- Battery, charger, and owners manual included
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- Size (LWH): 2.35 inches, 0.46 inches, 4.08 inches
- Weight: 3.84 ounces
- Network Compatibility: GSM
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 3.7 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 260 hours
Top Customer Reviews
Now that I have the phone I really like it. Let's remember it is a Tracfone. It is not a smartphone.Read more ›
The phone itself is about the size of an Ipod Touch, and similar in shape and appearance. It looks expensive. The "wake" button is recessed which makes it difficult to hit accidentally, and the volume buttons are on the side where they would be on an Ipod. The buttons on the front are capacitive touch, like the screen.
It is not a smart phone and runs a java based proprietary operating system which allows the installation of .jar apps.
Battery life depends on how you use it. I left the WiFi running and the battery drained to one bar in 24 hours. It didn't shut down, but it was definitely low. Only using the WiFi occasionally, the battery is still on full bars after 3 days. I haven't run the phone all the way down yet, but the advertised standby is over 10 days.
The interface is easy to use, and the touch-screen is capacitive, which makes it easy to use. It feels a lot like an Ipod/Iphone. I don't like the pale blue backgrounds for the menus, but there's no way I know of to change it.
It wouldn't connect to my home WiFi, a Belkin router, unless I set a static IP address. If you're having problems connecting, choose "Edit Network" and under IP/DNS Setting, choose "Static". You will then have to configure the settings specific to your router using your keen sense of Google Fu.
One problem is the keyboard. You only get a QWERTY in certain situations, such as entering web addresses, texting, etc. If you go to a website that has input text boxes, such as webmail, you'll be sorely disappointed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best little phone I've ever had. I would but this again with no doubt.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I had a phone exactly like this before and loved it. decided to try a smart phone, hated it. Went back to this, still love it. Great phone!Published 1 month ago by Nancy Green
Good basic phone with perfect touch. Unfortunately, the price was raised dramatically after I initially purchased it.Published 2 months ago by Clay Brown