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Jordan Pyle
Apr 12
Jordan Pyle
Overall
3.8
Jordan Pyle

"Very nice phone, at first."

In the begining of getting the phone it was very fast and functional. There were no lags, no force closing, and no loss in phone call reception. But through the months of downloading more apps and moving them over to my SD card it started overheating and rebooting on its own and freezing on a day to day basis. Its still a problem now but i do whatever i can to push through it and get to the good. Gaming on this phone is spectacular! There is the occational stutter or two but other than that its very smooth. The screen might not be the highest resolution but has vibrant colors and sharp text even up close. The camera could be better even though its an 8 MP camera. Although the video capture is great! Personally i like the way the phone looks with the metal accents and the screen drop off on the sides makes it a very comfortable. I've had this phone since December 27 and there are the minor problems here and there. I believe most of the problems will disapear if the G2x gets the new 4.0 software update or at least i newer version of gingerbread with LG's new UI. Over all i hate to say it but if i were to walk into T-Mobile right now, i would skip this phone. I really wish i saved my money for a phone with more customization. And Android 4.0.


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