LG Marquee LS855 - 4GB - Black (Sprint) Smartphone
About this product
- Product InformationLG Marquee LS855 runs on Android operating system and has 1500 mAh battery capacity. This smartphone features a convenient 5.0MP camera, so you can capture images and store them on 4 GB memory space. This LG smartphone supports CDMA 800/1900 and 3G networks. It comes in black.
- Family LineLG Marquee
- Storage Capacity4GB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA / EVDO Rev. A
- BandCDMA 800/1900
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD,MicroSDHC
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Display TechnologyTFT
- Screen Size4"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.8 in.
- Depth0.35 in.
- Width2.52 in.
- Weight3.95 oz
Most relevant reviews
- randimarie2Sep 24, 2014by
Great Ebay seller!!! Will buy again!
This phone is user friendly and very easy to
use. apps work well with the interface of
the telephone. This phone can be used by
anyone that is looking for an affordable
telephone to use on the sprint wireless
- katdaley54Nov 11, 2013by
very good phone for the sprint network.great screen, great apps! very easy to use. would easily recomend to a friend. considering its a older model phone.
- pxc131Apr 20, 2012by
Light, thin phone with an excellent screen (but some drawbacks too).
The LG Marquee has a bit of a mixed reputation among Sprint users, but after using it for the past few weeks, I'd like to say I'm happy with it. It's comfortably thin and light, and feels crisply responsive to input (albeit, this is from my perspective as an upgrading former WM6 user).
Still, I have some criticisms, including a difficult initial setup was quite troublesome, due to multiple glitches encountered migrating from Windows Mobile (hence 2 stars off of "Ease of Use"). Battery life is mediocre, with the phone needing frequent charging with modest usage.
Earlier this month (April), the phone received a minor firmware update, version "LS855ZVC" (unfortunately, it most likely will never receive an official Android version upgrade, as Sprint is already beginning to phase out this model). While I haven't personally noticed any major changes, other users have reported that it has fixed some of the glitches and stability issues that plagued earlier reviewers of this phone. Overall, I'd say it was a worthwhile purchase.Read full review
- v_sprintApr 06, 2012by
Well thought out... good looking phone.
I find a gem every once in a while, and the LG Marquee is one of them. It is as close to a "Stock" Android phone as you can get outside of the "Nexus" line of phones. No HTC "Sense" or "Motoblur" or Samsungs "Touchwiz", just Android with the apps Sprint throws in.
I see a lot of complaints about battery life on this phone and I can't understand why. It is about on par with most mid-range Android phones and should last most moderate users 12-16 hours a charge.
The other complaint I here is that it is "only" a 3g phone. Well, reality check, Sprints WiMax 4g is a thing of the past. And if you don't have 4g in your area now, when you do get it, its going to be 4g LTE. Meaning that none of Sprints current (as of 4-6-12) 4g phones will work on it anyway. So HALF of Sprints customers have no need for a current 4g phone.
Seriously, if you don't want to pay a fortune for a cell phone, but want one that looks good, performs fantastically, and that will last until your next upgrade, this is the phone for you.Read full review
- starrodJan 02, 2012by
Great screen, solid Android phone
Although the Marquee can be a little slow in maneuvering between tasks, the screen is gorgeous and call quality is fantastic. This phone is only 3G and has Sprint ID, a system I've never liked, but if you don't have 4G available and don't mind setting up a basic clean interface, it's nice. The camera is good quality, but lags slightly in taking pictures - pretty normal, in my experience, of cell cameras. Overall, I am pleased.