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|Seller Notes:||“Previously owned but works perfectly guaranteed!”|
|Memory Card Type:||MicroSD|
|Storage Capacity:||160 MB||MPN:||
|Modified Item:||No||Screen Size:||3.2 in|
|Operating System:||Android||Processor:||Single Core|
|Custom Bundle:||No||Lock Status:||Network Locked|
|Non-Domestic Product:||No||Manufacturer Color:||Black|
|The LG Optimus V VM670 from Virgin Mobile comes in black, and the casing is modern and soft to the touch. It measures 4.5 by 2.3 by 0.5 inches, which makes it a compact, light phone that fits perfectly in your pocket. The VM670 comes equipped with the features that most people look for in a phone. Its easy-to-use 3.15 MP camera lets you keep those great moments with clear, crisp pictures that you can share instantly on social media; and its easy access to email keeps you always connected on the go. And the ease of use wouldn’t be possible without its accurate 3.2-inch touch screen that clearly displays text, flash video, and pictures alike. Play your favorite music and videos with the Optimus’s native music and video player, two simple and functional apps that will help you keep all your media files organized and ready to play. The phone comes with 160 MB of internal storage capacity, and it includes a MicroSD slot for you to update the storage space, should you need it. The LG Optimus V VM670 runs on the Android 2.2 operating system, which makes it a breeze to search and download apps. It includes Google app functions, such as Google Maps and Google Voice Actions, which give users added convenience on their phones. Personalize your phone in seconds with apps from the Google Play Store. Also, it comes with 512 MB of RAM and a fast processor to let you run your apps effortlessly. Direct the phone’s space-saving abilities with the ROM Manager app. Surf the web and use social media with ease and speed with the device’s 3G network connection, which lets you stream audio and video, and use your apps without lags or delays. Or, switch to Wi-Fi and keep surfing the web with the same ease. You can also connect your VM670 to other devices and accessories like wireless headphones or a handset, or share files with devices like laptops or other smartphones with Bluetooth. Connectivity has never been this easy. A smartphone is still a phone, and for those moments when you need|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||102966806|
|Product Key Features|
|Storage Capacity||160 MB|
|Screen Size||3.2 in|
|Lock Status||Network Locked|
|Memory Card Type||MicroSD|
|Additional Product Features|
|Family Line||LG Optimus V|
|Network Technology||Cdma2000 1X, CDMA|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||microSD|
|Display Technology||LCD Display|
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Long battery life
Small form factor
Good phone the right person.
Ok before I write this review I just want everyone to understand Im a stay at home mom and we do not have a home phone. So I just really needed some thing simple to throw in my purse and use in case of emergencies when Im out. At that point I wasnt really big with using my cell phone for anything other than phone calls and I was rarely doing that and AT&T was killing me with they're 2 year contract and overages.(For my husband and I it was $185.00 a month for 2 android phones) With that being said I chose this phone because it was fairly cheap (Sells for about $35.00 - $55.00) and Virgin mobiles plan ($35.00 a month- 300 mins, Unlimited text & internet) was right up my alley. I really wasn't expecting much from the phone as long as I could call my husband and family I was happy. I have become some what spoiled because I enjoy buying and selling on ebay and there is an app for that as well as paypal and theres also an app for my online banking and I constantly check my emails and facebook. And as for texting I love the fact that this phone has a talk to text option which is really handy. The camera takes ok pictures and the whole phone is very easy to use considering I have a 3 year old and an 8 year old and they can work it just fine. However the screen is kinda hard to text on so this is why I use my talk to text option and the battery life isnt very long so I keep a car charger in the car. there isnt a flash on this phone and you can not download a bunch of app's because there isnt alot of space on the phone its self. So alot of times I find myself deleting the App's I dont really need or use or transferring the ones I want to keep (Or can transfer) over to my SD card. Dont get me wrong I really like this phone. But with everything in life nothing is perfect but it suits my needs for the price and monthly bill.
Great phone, worth the money because of the plans offered w/ NO contract!
This phone is overall great. I gave it a 4 stars for features because it is only at android 2.2 and limited and does not have a physical keyboard. Ease of use was a 5 stars because android itself is very simple to use even for beginners. Battery life I gave a 2 because when you use the phone in reality it only lasts for about 8-12 hours before the battery dies and that is with only light internet usage and few telephone calls. I do have it set to check email every 5 minutes. The WiFi is on and gps is only on when i use Google maps or similar service. Value for money a 4 because it is a great phone but one star less than 5 because it wasn't subsidized by a contract thus the phone cost more. But over all its a great deal because your not in a contract with Virgin mobile and its only $25 per month for 300 minutes of talk time and unlimited everything else. FYI... you can use the hotspot feature on this device even if t says you cannot. You should use with caution because Virgin will slow your internet speed after about 5GB (from what I I read in their terms of service.) NOTE: Get a hard case for your phone to protect it. I usually never got cases for my phones but it has saved me a lot. I got my nice case for this phone from auctioncell on ebay!
Good phone makes you wonder why you did not get sooner ;-)
Moving on from the LG rumor touch I have to say my third smart phone (after the droid 1 & motorola triumph)is something I am enjoying very much. I was in the market for a smart phone and being with virgin mobile I tried the motorola triumph which ended up being a big mistake (so i returned that phone). LG Optimus V turned out to be better The Good: Has a nice camera for taking pictures during the day or with lots of light 3.2 mega pix. nothing special but handy. captures video responsive the screen & buttons lots of apps on the android market or now Google market which this phone can handle good amount of internal space on the phone for apps works as a music player /mp3 player plays videos now as for the phone I get a good signal in my area and i can hear the other person clean as i be told. GPS works great Has good battery life for a smart phone and bigger battery's can be bought for the phone extending use Swipe keyboard makes texting easier and faster Price. 55-80 $ used The Bad 3G in some cases drops or goes to 1X must be the network. Virgins 2.5 GB internet it good but why not a whole number like 3. small but when typing without swipe you end up pressing the wrong keys. Some cases battery gets hot! maybe because of me running WiFi hot spot (thanks to quick settings app) Over all it not the best smart phone but if you don't want to spend a lot of money but want an android phone it better than the motorola triumph & samsung intercept. I like being able to check my Facebook & email when ever i need too And thanks to this phone i can.
For the money I paid. This phone is great.
I wanted to try a Android phone, but didn't want to spend a lot of money out of the gate. The price I paid was in my range. I wasn't crazy about not having a regular keyboard. But once I got used to the swype key feature. I don't miss the keyboard. The voice to text feature is fine, but you have to speak clearly, and be in a quiet place. This phone surpassed my expectations. Still learning all the features that it has. It's my first smart phone, so I can't compare it to anything right now. My main complain is that the battery life is not the greatest. You have to make sure that all the apps are not on, and the GPS will kill the battery life quickly. But I am happy with the phone
More features, but slightly smaller screen than Apple 3Gs
I got this half price used on eBay & love it (first smart phone). Compared to the Apple iPhone 3Gs, the LG Optimus has Speech Recognition that uses cloud computing so works great, fast, accurate but probably not too secure--the same feature (but maybe with a different provider) is available on the newer iPhone 4S, and with the higher 4G bandwidth of the 4S, it may be possible to encrypt Apple's speech recognition--i dunno. In comparison, the Optimus also has a removable SD card, and dual processors (one CPU, one GPU) (the newer iPhone 4S has dual processors also). But this Optimus (Optimus V) has no GSM so there is no Sim Card and you can't unlock it to use in Europe, for example. I bought the Optimus V to use with Virgin Mobile in the USA because i can afford that no-contract limited voice but unlimited data plan. SWIPE (the keyboard entry feature in which you slide from virtual key to key to type a word, then lift your finger to add a space) just doesn't work for me because the Optimus screen is too small for my fingertip size. Fortunately, the standard keyboard entry method is an included option. I think that the Optimus screen is 0.3" smaller (diagonally) than the iPhone 3Gs, and with my fingers (which are average size for a 6 foot man), i think i would appreciate the (about 1/4 inch?) extra horizontal screen room of the iPhones when using the virtual keyboard (though for everything else, the slightly smaller screen size is adequate in my opinion and with my apps). If you don't have small finger tips, I would recommend that you get your hands on any Optimus and try out the standard keyboard entry, then compare to an iPhone (the later iPhone 4S model has the same size screen as the iPhone 3Gs). Note that there is currently no accessories such as a wired or wireless external keyboard, mouse, or monitor for the Optimus. The iPhone at least offers a wired external monitor. The latest iPhone (at this time--i.e., the 4S) has some additional features, but still no removable SD card. Those features are 4G (even faster web access), upto 64 GB internal memory (costs plenty extra $$ though now) (the maximum Optimus SD card is 32 GB), better antenna logic, Bluetooth 4.0 (saves battery life, size, weight on Bluetooth devices), front camera (videoconference!), and higher screen & rear camera resolution. Apple also has a convenient phone trade-in program (though you can always sell your old phone on eBay). The SD Cards have different speeds for any capacity--i also bought a 32GB Class 10 SD Card. The included battery has 1500 mah (milliamp hour) capacity, but i also bought 2 extra 1600 mah batteries and a separate battery charger (for an isolated battery), screen protectors, a flexible plastic phone enclosure, and a leather case. While i'm talking on the phone, i don't want to freak people out when they see the exposed camera lens on the back of the phone inadvertently pointed at them, so i put two short pieces of black electrical tape on the flexible plastic phone enclosure (one piece on the inside, and one piece on the outside), with both pieces directly over the camera hole of the enclosure, and the sticky side of each piece facing the other. Then i pressed the 2 pieces of tape together at the camera hole. The tape stays in place and i just remove the flexible plastic enclosure when i want to use the camera. The included headset plug has 4 contacts but works in a 3-contact 3.5mm (1/8") stereo receptacle.