I bought this phone as a cheaper alternative to an iPhone. I was looking into some good android devices with a decent price tag and specs, and ultimately decided on an X Charge from LG. The 5.5" display is what appealed the most to me, as I was coming from a rather small iPhone 5c, and it is still what I love the most about the phone. Everything is quite clear on the screen. What I disliked the most about the phone, although there isn't much, would definitely be the lack of internal storage, the speaker being on the back, and the camera. I have to turn my phone over to hear the music clearly when playing it aloud, and as a person who loves acquiring apps and music, it would have helped to have more space. There is a lot of pre-installed bloatware that I expected, though not to that extent. It took up at least half of the 16GB that comes with the phone! The front-facing camera is muddy and without the flash effect, photos would be much worse. That being said, I have quite a few positive things to say about the X Charge. The battery life is amazing, I can go a full day of usage without dropping below 50%; a major plus coming from my iPhone 5c which died after 5-6 hours of continuous use. The X Charge has a very simplistic feel to it, with customizable EVERYTHING. I appreciate being able to tinker with just about everything on the phone, from the home screen to the app settings. The back-facing camera is good, just right for videos and idle pictures. The X Charge's slim design and lightness make it very visually appealing, at least to me. All in all, for the money, I'm satisfied.