LG Vm670 Smartphone
Price Range:$7.43 to $129.99
This mobile phone features an Android 2.2 operating system to keep you connected and productive on the go and a built-in digital camera and camcorder to capture still photos and video. A 3.2" touch-screen display makes navigating features simple.
Product Review Summary
15 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Nov 12, 2011
You'd be smart to buy this phone
Pros: This phone is an all-in-one device for many of your entertainment needs.
Cons: The battery does not always last the full day, even on a full charge.
My recommendation is to consider purchasing this phone if you are looking to buy a new phone that does everything. I just love it. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 30, 2011
Nice Smart phone for under 200 Bucks
Pros: -Good notifications
-Nice Keyboard functions
Cons: -Runs slow with too many apps
-camera could be better
If your looking for a budget friendly way to have entertainment and still stay in touch this is the phone for you. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 29, 2012
Pros: Android, Web browsing, Wifi, Camera, Video, Apps, GPS, Google Maps, Touchscreen, G+, Facebook
Cons: Low internal storage capacity, battery drain, can't remove pre-installed apps
Good for staying connected to the Internet for email, web browsing, social media, games and viewing youtube videos. Access to the Android market for lot of apps. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 24, 2012
Awesome Entry Level Android Phone- LG VM670
Pros: Clear picture, Netflix playback, clear speaker, fluid motion, great interface.
Cons: Buttdialing when not locked.
The bottom line is this is a durable and lightweight Android phone that will impress you with its abilities. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 9, 2011
The Optimus V Makes for a Great First Smart Phone
Pros: Good Price, Very Good Phone, Very Happy with Virgin Mobile Service
Cons: Would be nice to have a slide out keyboard. Small internal memory for apps.
A great phone for the first-time smart phone user. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 3, 2011
LG Optimus Virgin Mobile
Pros: Multiple home screens and adjustable widgets. Good speaker volume for music and calls
Cons: Occasionally freezes up but only for a few seconds. Low battery life
I recommend this phone to anybody who likes playing games, social networking, or even any professionals who require email on their mobile device. This phone does it all! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 26, 2011
LG Optimus V
-easy to view web
-decent camera quality
Cons: -glitchy at times
If you're on a low budget, this phone is for you. If you can afford better, purchase something else. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 4, 2012
Very good Smartphone, but could really use more memory
Pros: Great entry level smart phone. Easily add or update to Google contacts online.
Cons: Not enough memory to add more than a handful of apps at a time.
Overall a really great phone. I would recommend this phone to anyone. However, if someone likes several apps on their phone, this would not be a recommended phone. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 28, 2011
LG Optimus V
Pros: Android Market with wide array of apps and music, Large touch screen
Cons: No slide-out keyboard, must take out battery if dropped, fairly expensive
I would buy this phone again because, despite the steep price, it is designed to last, and the android market keeps the phone from being easily outdated. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 9, 2012
Good, Cheap, Reliable, Android Smartphone
Pros: SD card slot
Good call quality
Cons: Little internal memory for apps
It's a good starter/entry level android phone, cheap, reliable and all it's pros outweigh the cons. It's not really FANCY, but it gets the job done! Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 26, 2011
Good starter smartphone for the price
Pros: Cheap and reliable smart phone with no contract.
Cons: A little slow and pretty basic and the service is not always great.
Good for a starter or basic smartphone for a low cost. Read More at Epinions.com