Between this and samsung galaxy core/sony xperia M/LG optimus p7 710 which do you prefer and why?
tomojeb9, 07 Dec 2013hey guys i am trying to buy a mid range device, is the f5 worth it. i have two in mind the mot... moreIm using an Lg Optimus F5 to type this down. This phone has no lag, works perfectly and can run quite high graphics and performance. Recommended gor mid-range phones
This phone was absolutely fantastic :) it will not be lag if you dont download big files. seriously no lag. except this phone no LED Flash Light for Camera. 5 Megapixel are just fine. 1.2Ghz Dual-Core are just above average. Overall this phone are just good and fantastic :)
Umm if you are from Australia lg Optimus lte 3 looks good and it isn't too expensive as well. The different thing is lte 3 is faster, bigger, more pixel, more ram, more pixel for camera, led flash for camera, bigger battery and comes with led home button. Remember it will only work on 900 and 2100 MHz. So if u want to go with Telstra it's bad. So yeah, maybe look into lte 3.
hey guys i am trying to buy a mid range device, is the f5 worth it. i have two in mind the motorola razr m of the f5. which one to choose.
Hey guys i am trying to get a good mid range device, is the f5 worth it or not. i have two in mind, Motorola droid razr m of the f5. which one to chose
curious, 04 Oct 2013base on your experience, how long is its battery life in normal usage as in, call, text, some ... moreWell bro, I have this phone and it's currently my daily driver. I can say the battery life last abt 5hrs browsing web, playing games and answering phone calls continuously. Soooo it is not a pretty bad phone for a mid range model.
I was playing around with this phone for a while at the local cell carrier's store, and I must say it's pretty snappy. It had a smoother experience than phones with prices much higher than this one. Although the screen isn't a full 720p or higher, it still looks decent due to the smaller form-factor of the device. Speaking of its size, there really haven't been many good devices released lately in smaller sizes like this, so it definitely fills that niche very well. I'd recommend it to anybody looking for a smaller-sized, cheaper yet good performing Android phone. If you want a large HD screen this isn't the device for you, however.
i think phone is good! if you dont play any games the phone can stay whitout charging a week! phone is rely powerful, it doesnt have arabic keyboard...(sorry for englis im from Latvia)
can anyone help me with som few dollars cus im broke and still want to own a phone like this
base on your experience, how long is its battery life in normal usage as in, call, text, some games and browsing?
caizier96, 11 Sep 2013Is this a Micro-sim or Mini-sim? Plss...ansI have the phone and it uses a micro sim.
I can confirm that the CPUs run @ 1,51GHz according to CPUZ. Been using for month now, and rather pleased with it. Yes battery is removable, yes microSD can be added. Only thing I miss in F5 P875 is LED. Performance is good, IPS display bright and colorful. I like how camera gets sharps shots on first attemt, instead of 3. It is hard not to like the phone, especially considering its price.
This phone has 1.2GHz?? Because on a benchmark at youtubr i saw it with 1.5GHZ and somewhere else snapdragon MSM8960 has 1.7GHz which one is true???
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2013Got the phone a little over a week ago for $300 AUD, and have been very pleased with it, Runs ... moreMan... Read carefully. No one is saying this has no SD card. I said it "IN GENERAL" about phones. What companies impose these days. Now when we come to this phone again; it has NO FLASH. Which is utterly .tupid. Period. There is no mention of gyroscope either. And so on. Are we OK now? Please i beg you, read the posts carefully, also read at least last 10. Don't enter the conversation from the middle. Geez...