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Aaron reviews the LG Lucid, a 4G LTE phone that's available now at Verizon for $79.99.  The Lucid packs a 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 4-inch display, 5-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a front-facing camera, 1,700 mAh battery, and Android 2.3 with LG's custom UI.  It's a feature-packed device considering the sub-$100 price point, and it brings Verizon's 4G LTE connectivity to the masses at a reasonable price.  Is it worth considering?  Part 1 of 2.


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"What do you consider to be a mid-range phone in 2012?"


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Gabriel Martinez Hell No.....my galaxy note is a beast!!! I refuse to settle for a mid range phone.
Edward Gonse Dare I say.. IPhone 4S.
Brandon Paul any iphone
LaQuise Murphy Not as good with the specs not a HD screen!
Jamal Burns Not this its just like the Droid razr except for the ui and the camera same processer and everything so how is this mid range oh I forgot also the price a mid range phone would be something like the Samsung conquer 4g on sprint
Gilly Lopez Anything that doesn't have 4G LTE
Abram Wenevermet Dennis Anything Android
Nikolas Manuelides everything without quad core or high clock speed dual core processor
David Jason Whetzel Apple is in a situation where it HAS to up their game with the iPhone 5 (or whatever it's going to be called). It's going to take a lot to knock Android completely out of the game. I personally don't see that happening any time soon. Look at WP7. It has a VERY small market share at the moment, but it's not completely out of the game. At least not yet.
David DiPilla Iphone is a solid device made right and ya they are falling behind but once they step up their game with the iphone 5 and improve the new os big time bye bye android
David Jason Whetzel Sure. Some are, but to say that every single Android phone is "low end crappy junk" is just ignorant.
David DiPilla Every single one of them have problems
David DiPilla Android phones are low end crappy junk
Brandon Salyer I'm not sure it ever was a 'great' phone. Just a simple phone with tons of dev's writing apps. (sent from my iPhone 4)
David Jason Whetzel Don't get me wrong. The iPhone is a "good" phone, but it's not a "great" phone. Not any more. There are so many better options out there now.
David Jason Whetzel Without a doubt, the iPhone.
Mimoun Tu Rigoleras Mid range is a simple core 1,4ghz or dual 1ghz like samsung beam..




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