LG Optimus F3 Black (Virgin Mobile)
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- Display: 4.0-inches
- Camera: 5-MP
- Processor Speed: 1.2 GHz
- OS: Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
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- Size (LWH): 2.52 inches, 0.4 inches, 4.57 inches
- Weight: 2.72 ounces
- Network Compatibility: CDMA
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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|Display Size||4 inches||4.5 inches||4.5 inches||4.7 inches|
|Operating System||Android||google android||Android||Android|
|Camera Description||5 MP||5 MP Rear Camera||5 MP||13 MP|
|Item Weight||0.17 pounds||0.99 pounds||0.31 pounds||0.36 pounds|
|Product Site Launch Date||Thu Jul 11 00:00:01 UTC 2013||Sun Nov 01 21:56:50 UTC 2015||Sun Oct 05 07:00:01 UTC 2014||Wed Oct 01 07:00:01 UTC 2014|
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The LG skin slid over the Android OS (4.1) is not especially exciting, in fact, it's rather text heavy, yet, very clear and easy to navigate through. It's unlikely you'll get confused locating your apps and the various features of the F3 using it. Speaking of apps, LG must be seriously penalized for shipping a phone with only 1.2GB of useable memory and then blocking users from installing apps on a (up to 32GB!) memory card. Many have blamed the version of Android for this horrific problem- it ain't true. The blame falls squarely in LG for this this terrible design choice as there is no reason for any current Android phone to not be able to store and run apps from a card with ease. Sure, storing music, video and other media on the card is nice. But with so, so many apps available that can easily be run from the space of a SD card, intentionally crippling a good product like this is both insulting and infuriating.
For instance, the F3 comes with Polaris' document viewer. A decent enough program. However, if you should want to want to edit or create such docs in the bus depot- you'll need an app like Polaris Office or QuickOffice. These are comparatively large programs, so, you'll chew up lots of system RAM.Read more ›
My first impression of the hardware was favorable: I like the physical Home button, and the build quality is acceptable (I don't think it's as cheap as other reviewers). The size is about right for me, especially the thickness (same as the Samsung).
Other reviewers' complaints/concerns about the internal memory (1.2 GB) are unfounded, in my opinion. I installed all the apps I was using on the Samsung, and still have 600+ MB remaining (that's way more than the ancient Optimus V had to begin with). Worried about space for music, ringtones, photos, etc. ? Get a fast microSD card and put those things there. And VM/LG didn't add too much bloat to the phone; at least they give ways to remove much of it.Read more ›
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This phone blows all of them out of the water. I am 58 yrs old so this review is for the older crowd, less about how many apps you can use, more about how intuitive and easy this phone is to use. The well thought out home screen can hold all of your pertinent short cuts. A quick swipe from the top, gives you quick access to, sound, wifi, sync, and quick memo. Email setup is easy, with plenty of settings to increase or limit the number of emails stored on the phone. I sync my contacts with Google, fast and easy. Searching contacts is simplified by tapping one of the alphabet letters running down the screen on the right. No more flicking endlessly to get to contacts starting with "y"
Placing and receiving calls is seamless. Battery life is excellent and the "%" of battery life remaining can be displayed next to the battery icon. I talked 5hrs on a Bluetooth head set yesterday and still had 38% remaining. last but not least, the screen is crisp and clear with touch inputs responding exactly as you intend, hard to "fat finger" a text. The voice to text option is the most accurate I have ever used. Words appear almost as fast as I speak. I highly recommend this phone for the "older" crowd, if you are looking for one that you don't need a computer science degree to operate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worthless i finally see why people pay top dollar for phones. I tried being cheap and buying this phone and it easily reverted me back to paying more for my buckPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Got it for my mom and it didnt last. didnt pay much so i got what it was worth out of itPublished 6 days ago by sara b.
Keep in mind it will s*** the bed after a while. This isn't a powerful smartphone. There's a reason it's pretty cheap. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Ellen Charles
Very nice phone. Delivered in timely manner. Was great for the pricePublished 1 month ago by Christy
I had this phone for 2.5 years and was mostly very pleased. In the time, there are some chips in the silver plastic edge, but other than that, I still haven't cracked the screen,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by crearealidad
I hope you don't plan on using apps... Download Facebook...Boom full! Now for Virgin Mobile... There's one thing you should know about them! Read morePublished 1 month ago by S Campbell