Miki, 03 Jun 2014This is not a phone for heavy gaming. yeah,It's memory cannot hold much apps
joe, 24 Sep 2014it has an ledThe D320N doesn't have LED indicator. Are you perhaps referring to the dual SIM model?
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2014can i use pendrive with this phoneJust get a micro usb and connect your
phone.... its very simple... detailed steps can be
found at http://androidhardwares.com/how-tos/
Anonymous, 30 Aug 2014doesnt have LEDit doesnt have a home button led though
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2014how can make video callI don't think it has a "native" video call function. But you may be able to download an app from Play Store. Not sure if the processor on L70 is up to it, but it might just be possible.
Further points: this phone has AMAZING battery life. After full charge Saturday night it lasted all Sunday, and all Monday (Monday evening still at 38%); this was with moderate to heavy use on WhatsApp, internet browsing, calls, AND with WiFi ON most of Monday. The video and camera quality are fine for me as an average user. I can find very few negative points with it - it simply does everything you ask it to. One minor point I have noticed is that, on ending a call, the screen (which is black due to proximity sensor working) takes 3 or 4 seconds to come on and show call status.
Having had this phone for a few weeks: my feedback is as follows: Design, very good. 4.5 inch screen is manageable and easy to work with. Features: very good. Has everything the average/above average user would want/need. Performance: very good. As mentioned previously, the small internal memory is a 'minus' but I have had no problems at all, even without inserting a micro SD card. I have not downloaded any games, or any large apps, but have a few internet browsers, news apps, screen filter, WhatsApp, Gmail, weather, etc... loaded, which I use often with no problems. The camera works very well - I have it set on 1mb (can go to 3 or 5mb, which will use more data when sending images/storing images). One small criticism is that the side keys (volume up/down on the left, and power key on the right), are quite sensitive, and could have been made a bit harder. The loud-speaker quality is not great, and when set above 50% tends to distort. But for a reasonably priced, average-specced phone, these are minor points which don't really detract from the overall user experience. I am absolutely happy with this phone, and still give it 8 or 9 on the rating scale. I hope this info helps... Regards, Kensan
I have this phone for a month now and i gotta say its an amazing phone for the price. Something bad though. on the site of lg it said it could record 1080P video @ 30 fps but that was wrong. they have changed it now to vga @ 30 fps :D but the phone works great looks great and runs great! gaming is no problem only the build in memory of 1.5 gb just isnt enough and knowing android it says at 200mb free space that the phone already is full so that sucks. but its a great phone defenetely reccomend it!
LG L70 d320n at 4.4.2 ver. is really cheap and very performable, i got it with no micro sd card and the internal memory was 1.5gb, a really great headset goes with the package so you dont have to worry because it will be sufficient for the weird quality of the speaker on the cp. Main cam is awesome with a flash and the front cam can be used for quick selfies so its ok. Goes from a day up to a week without recharge depending on the usage ofc. The case is strong believe me, on the first opening it kinda fell and got few scratches - the screen is unscratched luckily and the case held the fall. Basically a great cp, only thing i dont like is the low cp storage.
Judging by the reviews, the HTC 310 is an awful phone. I strongly recommend the LG L70. You won't regret it. It's a stunning phone and works flawlessly. I rated it 9/10.