LG Leon LTE H340N T-Mobile
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- Connectivity: 4G LTE, Wi-Fi & Mobile Calling, Bluetooth
- Camera: 5MP Camera with Flash, VGA Front Facing Camera, HD Camcorder
- Device Information: Android Operating System, 4.5" Multi-touch Screen, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Processor
- Additional: Text & Picture Messaging, GPS capability, Google Play Store
- Kit includes LG LeonTM Phone, Sim Card, Battery & Charger, Start Guide, Terms & Conditions
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- Android 5.0 Lollipop, an upgrade from L70's Kit Kat.
- 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, an upgrade from a dual-core with same speed.
- 1820 mAh battery capacity, slightly less than the L70.
- 8GB internal memory, which doubles the L70's internal storage.
- 4.5” FWVGA IPS display, although the screen appears better, the size is not the same as the L70 as it states. The length is equal but the width of the screen is less by about an 1/8th of an inch. Annoying to find this out after the fact!
- Standard glass, the L70 came with Gorilla Glass.
- LTE, although faster, it now means you have to pay more for the service per month.
The storage was really the driving factor in my purchase here. I was less than happy with the constant low storage memory problems of the L70, in which clearing cache and removing unused apps was a necessity. Constant maintenance was required. This phone comes with 8GB, but don't be fooled by that number. In reality you get much less since the Android OS takes up much of that space. My phone had 3.46 GB free for installing my apps, less than half, as soon as I turned it on for the first time! After installing my typical ~25 apps, that space went down to 1.96 GB. I kept the phone because it was very cheap and because this amount is still 3 times more than what the L70 had left when I first loaded my apps. I wonder if I'll make it more than 6 months before I have to start deleting apps and cache? I may have to simply succumb to saving everything on the cloud.
This is a better phone than the L70.Read more ›
I was hesitant at first, because of the low sticker price at the phone store of $99 and I didn't want something that was going to be buggy.
This phone flat out works well, is stable, and has a larger screen than my old LG model.
It does take a little getting used to, the power button on the back of the phone, but it hasn't been a problem.
Every app, that I normally use, works well on this phone, and when I have a signal with my carrier, internet functionality, like "maps", etc. works well. I threw in a decent size micro SD card and popped over a good chunk of music. Now I have a LOT of stuff on a single device.
The camera is also good, and integrates GPS with pictures, really nicely.
Overall, this is a stable phone, at a budget price, with a lot of nice features.
8/9/2015 UPDATE: After using this for a few weeks, I'm still happy with the functionality and features of this phone, and most of all, the battery life on this phone, for what I do (light internet, and photos...i.e. not a lot of talking) I throw thing this in my bag, and it barely has used any battery, even after 2 or 3 days. I like that, because I don't have to worry about it.
The screen resolution is so so. I never have higher than quad HD phones for this screen size, because that is very sufficient. This one is wvga (?) that is less than that. A little step back but ok for budget phones. The photos and videos are not that high resolutions either as expected.
The crazy decision is that the back camera is of fixed focus. That is, it's OK if you take a "normal" picture, like a portrait or scenery. But you cannot focus on words - not a single character for any distance from the camera. At first I don't believe the reviews that a camera cannot focus, or I thought it may be manufacturing defects. But no, the spec on LG says fixed focus, while many other websites still list autofocus. If I read the correct information, tmo listed it as having autofocus (who hasn't?) but changed it after customers discovered the fact.
I think somebody got the good cost cutting idea, or to solve a harsh engineering problem, but forgot to ask or tell anybody else.
How crazy is that? I think half the population do comparison shopping by taking pictures of the price tag. It happens everyday in every shop.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought the Leon LG phone because my iPhone battery didn't hold it's charge for a reasonable amount of time and I was about to go on vacation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ReeRee65
I really hope that I didn't waste my money and time with this product. I received a T-Mobile Prepaid Cellphone and that was CLEARLY NOT in the description nor in the product... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tamika "Nikki" Whitehead
I've only had this phone for 40 days and it has now stopped working. I cannot make calls or use my data, Really unfortunate. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jj95360