I bought LG Optimus LTE 5 days ago from Bell and unlocked it for my Rogers network.
This phone has the highest PPI ratio, which makes it the highest pixel density on the market higher then Samsung Nexus and S2 HD Lte. This screen is the best on the market today.
I faced a big problem though. The battery life is VERY short. I use a lot of browsing and it dies in the middle of the day. Very frustrating! I dont want to optimize my application or turn of LTE network since this is the last thing I want to do buying the best phone on the market. May be there is another stronger battery for this device? Other then that it is the best experience I ever had especially after Iphone 4. Flash running so beautifully. You need to download from market flash though
I bought an unlocked LG Optimus 4G LTE to replace my faithful Nokia E72....wow, is all i can say... this phone is totally amazing...I'm with Rogers and since I dont want or need LTE service, I simply turn it off and use wireless instead, which almost doubles the battery life....the HD screen is totally mind blowing, and the phone is super fast....LGs are a cheaper alternative to Samsung, and do just as good a job. LG rocks, baby!
This would've been a good phone if they made the battery last longer.
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2011You should be grateful that you are getting the oversaturate coloured display, the most of TVs... moreI didn't say that era of OLED's isn't coming just that era of LCD's isn't over, especially with those LTPS LCD screens and impressive IPS's like the one on this phone, anyhow I won't be buying OLED until they make it 300++ ppi without pentile because I'm perfectly happy with my NOVA LCD...
Good day to you good sir I wish you all the best
Guest_star, 28 Nov 2011I know that retina is LG's LCD but this one has new IPS technology called AH-IPS or at least i... moreYou should be grateful that you are getting the oversaturate coloured display, the most of TVs have that and i bet your TV too.
So you can have same quality and experience like TV on your mobile phones.
and yes it's true that the era of AMOLED is coming. LG starts to focus on OLED too. In fact more and more mobile phone manufactures switching to OLED.