LG is being sued in California over the T-Mobile's version of Optimus 2X - the G2x. It's being accused of knowing or that LG should have known about the screen bleeding, the random freezes and unexpected shut downs and other defects, and doing nothing about it.
We have to admit LG had that coming from some time. The Optimus 2X users are complaining about the power and screen issues since day one, but LG is still mum on the matter. And that's exactly the problem - LG knows all about the problems and ignores them.
The complaint is individual but on the behalf of other unsatisfied LG P999 G2X users that bought the T-Mobiles USA version of the Optimus 2X for $250.
So, LG is going to court unless it resolves this prior to the trial. But given the fact there are so many angry Optimus 2X users in the USA, we believe LG won't be able to make this complaint go away with a out-of-court settlement for a few thousand bucks. In the end, it's not about that $250 paid for the phone, it's about the LG's failure to recognize and take care of the issues reported by so many users.
What does the card say about the lawsuit?
What does the card say exactly? I'm away at school, and my family is mailing me the card, but I wasn't told exactly what it says. Thanks!
I just got a card in the mail asking me to join this lawsuit. It's about time -- this was my first smart phone and the TMobile people talked me into spending a little more because it was supposed to be so much better a device. It has sucked: screen ...