Limited, 29 Jun 2015No comments yet after 6 hours? wow.. seems like no one's interested on this device.. poor LG.THE GOOD: Cheap 4GLTE device for people who need a short term phone before upgrading to something better (and almost ANYTHING IS BETTER) or just want to test the Lollipop waters without selling a kidney. Can be rooted with one-click script like most modern LG devices or Kingroot apk for the less pc inclined/lazy/challenge seeking types, already has TWRP 220.127.116.11 custom recovery and no bootloader lock down nonsense. THE BAD: Barely has the hardware to run Lollipop, LTE and you will need root if you plan to use it for more than one task at one time. Slows down to the point that keyboard won't stay on screen or come on, lag, like so bad it appears frozen until the moment you are about to pull the battery. The battery is made for a dual core Jellybean device, which I have one still that runs smoother (Samsung Galaxy Victory), same basic stuff my LG Volt runs on cpu wise but less (5mp camera is bad, front facing one is absolutely repugnant - the Volt has a decent 8mp) - plus better/bigger screen and then there's THE UGLY (pay attention kids): the charger included isn't a USB data Cable and brick but a cheap clamshell cell phone charger that barely works, if you're not charging and using the device - which will lose juice this way. The bloatware is lamer than lame (at least the Volt has Plug & Pop, QSlide, Quick Remote and some other semi useful stuff), the storage is minimal even with 32gb sd card, but I don't see XDA talent taking time to port Cyanogenmod, BlissPop, Slim, Pac, Paranoid Android or anything else to a device that doesn't have the guts to run it at half speed. Volt has Cyanogenmod 12.1 & BlissPop roms (unofficial betas but they are leagues better than stock), deodexed and odexed stock roms, Carbon, CM 11 and probably a few more in the works - Lollipop is much nicer on a KK device in this case. Js. I'M JUST GIVING MY OWN (long winded) OPINION. But I had the benefit of paying nothing for the Leon which I rooted immediately to share the unlimited 4GLTE data with my Volt and Galaxy Tab 4. But the Leon is a deal at or under $100 - unless you can wait a month or 2, save the money to buy a better device in the $200-$300 range (OnePlus One 16gb is $250 and 64gb is $350 and looking to go down soon with OnePlus Two - JUST THINKING OUT LOUD) - Don't expect to have this one in 6 months. You won't. I doubt the battery will last longer than 3 and the screen will surely fracture within 2 (slams to the pavement) Yfw for the honest assessment and entertainment rolled into one. ✌
Bought this phone and gave it to my brother, but I played with it for a while. It is actually a really smooth phone. Camera is what it is, and music player has no EQ. My lil brother loves it I would recommend it specially for that price. It was selling for $200.00 but they sold it to me for $100.00 with T-Mobile. I wonder why the price keeps getting slashed.. and yes. It does not seem to be a popular phone
It is a nice device I sold one to a customer and they returned it because they had a standard sim card. I am sold out of them at my store. The store usually sells them at $100 on a no contract plan.