m willing to buy tis phone can anyone give review about this and the detail of the service centre in tamil nadu?
Android27, 04 Jun 2014GSMArena seriously, Y U No Review this ?+1 yeah seriously cheap and decent mid-ranged phone!..
sakidaka, 20 May 2014i am using LG and i don't need lights on button. Imagine this, your phone only have several bu... moreI have L7 II with LED button and it's very useful, and doesn't waste battery. I've used phone with and without LED buttons and it was almost the same.
without LED lights you would turn on the screen all the time to check and it wastes more battery. and I have my phone with vibrate and sound turned off because I send and receive messages every hours.
i just bought this phone... Its quite lovely and the battery life is a wow... Heavy use lasts over a day... this phone is the best of andriods at this range...
I think the cut off is more for the battery life then cheaper price. Same goes for soft touch buttons or backlight keys. Now i dont know if ambient light sensor drains and how much it drains in energy but i did resolve this issue with camera sensor instead. I payed 188 euros and for me its a bargain. I get 2 full days from this phone. Standby time is insane. 1 procent in 3 hours. I didnt even test this. But this is some energy efficent phone. New Motorola g lte maybe is better device but with no removable battery and lower capacity i dont know. Motorola g have better front camera and better display but for me this lg is better choice. I did compare moto g lte and lg l90 before i went in the store but 2540 mah battery in this phone have different appeal
how do you make a smartphone without an ambient light sensor? Are the folk at LG on crack or what? Its not a convenience, or even a feature. Its a necessity! How does one use a phone without it? Keep adjusting display brightness manually? Plain dumb. Even the cheapest chinese phones have auto display brightness regulation.
MisterBean64, 30 May 2014Is auto brightness adjustment available? I tested this device in a shop and I did not find th... moreAuto brightness adjusment is availeble if you download app called lux brightness control in playstore. It cost like 2 euro and it works thru camera. Camera becomes light sensor and then it adjust screen light according to light in camera sensor. So ambient light problem is resolved. For backlight keys you have option for tactile feedback so thru home button you can orientet where is left where is right and you get vibrate touch as response so called tactile feedback, now bad news for rhis device, i found a bug and its lg fameous wifi sleep stuck error. This is lg most fameous problem in all of its devices. Now you have so many option in wifi settings so i hope its only glitch in batterygurus self learning behaviour.
Is auto brightness adjustment available?
I tested this device in a shop and I did not find this option in the settings menu. All I found is the manual adjustment.
Thanks in advance.
Here are the apps which i have deactivated because it's useless for me.
cbs message (place message aka maps message service)
google play newsstand
google play movies
google play music
google play games
google play books
youtube (i have supertube installed instead wich is better for me!)
wow. 32 hours and 36 procent left with 103 hours estimated. qualcomm batteryguru installed. and something new that i've not seen before task manager option to shut down services from refreshing in every app plus periodicly ram booster build in original task manager. Didnt find that on jelly bean (samsung) for so called lack of ambient light sensor there is another solution by installing lux automatic brightness wich function thru camera and it's low power app. By the way that app reduces brightness even more than standard nits. Overall this phone is only in it's class with that removeble battery capacity, i've checked entire gsm list of devices