Chicato83, 24 Nov 2015It is a GSM or CDMA Smartphone?phone is a CDMA
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2015Probably 512 because Kitakat can work at that much RAM and because it shouldn't be more than t... moreRam should have been 1gb. Ðisplay 4.7 inches. A fingerprint semsor was expected
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2015Dual core at $10. Meanwhile, Apple sells their dual core smartohone for $800.lol this guy really just wanted to say something xD
but you can't compare the two this phone is no where close to an iphone 6 or 5 or 4 or maybe 3 lol
TRy this huawie phone CHEAP :D
Raju Paul, 18 Nov 2015How to buy this LG Lucky LG16 smartphone http://www.walmart.com/ip/Trac...one/44751495
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2015This is the real value of any Android "phone" anyways. Cheap, inefficient, buggy and ugly.I think you are describing your own selffish self!!
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2015This is the real value of any Android "phone" anyways. Cheap, inefficient, buggy and ugly.gr8 b8 m8
android user , 16 Nov 2015are you crazy.. try reading my comment once again.. I hope you understand it this time Nonsense. Why talk aboit S6 edge and iphone 6s on LG article. You obviously can't acceot the fact that LG can make cheaper phone. Im just saying Apple and is overpriced with their mere dual core.
Clocke, 16 Nov 2015Those specs are actually alright. It's on par with my phone. Same 4GB internal(although I have... morespecs are good enough to run shadowgun,beach buggy racing etc.
heck single core phone could run them i know as i tried, same for asphalt 8
as long its qualcomm, games will run alright even on single core, as qualcomm is most popular cpu in phones so developers aim to optimize for it
TracfoneTech, 16 Nov 2015Lol. Do you people have any idea how many of these phones we've had to service and replace on ... moreIf this phone is as durable as my $20 phone (which is still alive kicking going on its 5th year next year), then this phone should have been the epitome of what Google was aiming for for its Android One concept. Except for maybe the benefit of faster updates/upgrades make it a reason for Google to demand $100~$150 for an Android One. If this phone really even exists at this price and that if this has even 5-6 months, as you mention, of lifespan before it breaks down, then I should buy about 20 of these for around $200 (not all at once since battery deteriorates even with non-usage, duh or has something to do with memory effect blah blah) and it should amount to a total of 10 years of operation while others keep their Android One. And since I'm not even worried nor concerned that my $20 Symbian phone is not able to get any future updates, I would be fine getting stuck on KitKat for the next 10 years. In short, I only use phones for its basic purposes - call & text
What rock have GSM's bloggers been living under? Refurbished phones have been sold for even less, and "free" if you buy a plan. The Samsung Galaxy Discover can sell for around the same as just ten dollars. Gingerbread handsets go as low as six dollars without the tax attached.
I suspect this phone could run quite a few good games. Of course not those that Honest Realist mentions, but there are tons and tons of other great games out there. All downloaded in millions! Like Cut the rope, Angry birds, Candy Crush, Emulators(GBA, SNES, SMD,...) maybe some 3D games, but I wouldn't put my hopes up for those. You know there aren't just high texture RAM eating games out there in the Play Store, there are also other games for casual gaming.