Anonymous, 18 Sep 2012Why do you care for removable battery so much?By the time when your phone battery has problem ... morei don't buy carrier locked phones. i am in the US and i subscribe to a prepaid plan that is unlimited and enjoy having unlocked phones. i buy latest and greatest gadgets. if i don't like it i sell it. but to answer your question my LG Optimus 4X froze and could not hold the power button to reset. so, i removed the battery and it rebooted. this is where i hate the iPhone. no microSD but the beauty of the microSD is you can put it android tablet and download pictures. not that i am a professional photographer. but thats a plus. i am tired of phones that come out with non-removable battery or midcroSD thats why people stay away from iPhone. enough said...its a personal preference and am sure majority agreest that it is a valid preference. i certainly love my contractless prepaid service where i can use my unlocked/unbranded phones!
Nice. I hope this comes to T-Mobile. My wife currently has the G2X with CyanogenMod 7.2 and wants a bigger screen for her ebooks. Her sister is a Galaxy fan but she wants to be different so this is awesome news.
Bomuaz, 18 Sep 2012it does not has microSD just internal 32g and NO replacement battery (just like htc one X but ... moreIt does not matter about the non removable battery because there is hard reset procedure in place so android phones nowadays do not need battery pull to bring it back to life if it hangs. Also, by the time the phone battery has any real problem, it will be time for your hardware upgrade, so you will be switching to another phone anyway when your carier subsidized contract runs out. Unless you are saying in your country there is no such thing as carrier subsidized and you cannot buy phone at a low price with 2 years contract, then that is another story. But for most users out there, they will all get any smartphones or iphone under a 2 years contract,then there comes another hardware upgrade, so why bother?
sunny, 18 Sep 2012where do you read that it has a removable battery? i am not dumb but want to read what you st... moreWhy do you care for removable battery so much?By the time when your phone battery has problem it would be after 2 to 3 years,you are already entitled for another upgrade because your dealer/carrier subsidize contract will run out by then, so you can get another phone with even better specification and more advanced technology, why do you stick with a phone two years old by tehtime your battery has problem. hardware upgrade has become the norm these days especially with carier subsidize. Especially these days, one can get a new phone with new 2 to 3 years contract for as little as $0.00,so why bother about the non-removable battery. All new cell phone battery nowadays can last for at least 2 years, after that simply upgrade your phone if your non-removable battery has a problem, unless you ar ethose unlucky one whereby your phone cariers do not offer low contract price point so you have to buy it full price, then you have to botehr about it. But the vast majority do not.
LG Optimus G. is the new KING!
sunny, 18 Sep 2012i like android phones because they give me the perfect phone i feel fits my style, budget, and... moreIf you already have O4X, why do you need a new phone? This is one of the best phones on the market, second after Optimus G, S3 is a little better but I wouldn't pay 150 $ more for a phone that's almost exactly the same in all areas as O4X. Anyway, Optimus G will be very expensive now, because it has just been launched. If you really want it, just wait a month or two for the price to drop. But I think you should stick with the O4X.
It's a gorgeous phone!I love its elite, straightforward design. The only thing that worries me is its battery. Adding a memory card slot would have been a very practical idea.
I WAS impressed by this phone.But it disappointed me in terms of non removable battery and no micro sd card slot.I will go for Samsung galaxy note 2.
Ravi rawat, 18 Sep 2012 very use full phone wats d cost of LG Optimus G E973>???????
AnonD-71868, 18 Sep 2012It has microsd and removable back cover, so you can put another battery when the stock one is ... moreI looked to the spec tgey are wrong!! Go to youtube and see the unboxing and some hand on review from yesterday announcement and you will know
AnonD-71868, 18 Sep 2012Let's say that it wouldn't have removable back cover. This design has become very popular alre... morei like android phones because they give me the perfect phone i feel fits my style, budget, and use. i think you miss the point! i don't buy one brand of phones because i am attached to it. i want those things if does not have it i will not buy it. thats why i have not bought HTC phones that have recently come around. i have an LGO4X and it has all the functions I want but now comes this phone without removable battery or microSD is a big no no. i sent SONY ion back in a day because it does not have the removable battery.
Let's say that it wouldn't have removable back cover. This design has become very popular already on Motorola, Sony and of course HTC. It may look better with this non-removable back. Maybe some of you want a little more storage, but 32 gb is kinda good if you look at the rest of the phone's specs. It shouldn't matter that much...
AnonD-71868, 18 Sep 2012It has microsd and removable back cover, so you can put another battery when the stock one is ... morewhere do you read that it has a removable battery? i am not dumb but want to read what you state in your comments. i have been asking that question since the phone was announced! i will only buy if it has a removable battery and microSD.