Rated 4 out of 5 by n8smith81 great phone
the only thing that I dont like is small internal memory capacity other than that it'sa great phone wwith great features i love this phone.
July 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jordan2002 lg optimus f3
great cellphone and very easy to use no dropped calls at all and nice design thanks lg for making a great looking phone
June 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jdmoniker This product is well worth the money.!
This phone offers everything that any other cell phone can provide. I'm totally happy with the performance of this phone. Great job LG!!
March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jakk Overall Great Smart Phone
This is the first Smart Phone I got for myself, and am very happy with my choice. It's a very comfortable size and weight, fits in a pocket but still big enough to see everything on the screen. My one issue with it is the hard drive space, but a microSD card takes care of that.
February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carlos4nyc Best of things come in small packages!!!
I'm extremely satisfied with this phone. I always been inclined to purchased top cell brands. But, because of the way our economy is I started searching for a phone with low cost and great performance. First I bought this phone to my son, then to my daughter..and after realizing their phones were faster than mine, I didn't think twice and I purchase the LG F3 too. I'm very glad I did it, everything works just fine, my Hotspot, wifi, bluetooth, camera, browsing the net, etc, etc, etc. It's a phone of high quality in a small package. The size is not the greatest, but believe me, clear enough to send emails, purchasing items over the net, taking great pictures and so many more things. Two Thumbs Up!!!
February 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by John S. Very Reliable with Incredible Battery Life
This is my second Android phone and my first 4G phone. I needed the phone for reliable phone calls, texts, and intermittent web usage. This phone really does a great job on all counts. I have yet to get a dropped call. My son took his to Texas, while I stayed in NY with mine. He had a signal wherever he went, as did I. Never lost touch with him. As a bonus, this phone has incredible battery life. It easily goes 2 to 3 days before needing a charge, with light to normal phone and text usage. Hey look. If you are a cell phone, music, social networking, game playing maven, you may want a phone with more bells and whistles. For me and my needs, it is perfect.
January 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by gnarnold good for some not so good for...
the phone itself works as a phone very well I use it for tethering and that also functions well .the only problems I had were the keys on the key pad are too small and when you use the auto fix it takes awhile for it to remember words transferring to sd card is simple (its in the settings under storage) so no complaints about storage here .that's about as far as I go on the cons other than that it is a good deal p.s .metro ads are annoying i got rid of em in first 10 min.
January 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peachie30 First Android
I really like this phone. Considering this is my first android, I didn't want to get too extravagant with the features, but I do see how the 1.27 internal memory can be a problem for more advanced users. I've downloaded about 5 apps and I'm already down to 30% of my space left. When I took pics/video of my sister's wedding, I started getting messages saying the phone wouldn't operate properly unless I cleared some stuff in storage. The camera is awesome and can get some really crisp pictures. Calls are clear and I haven't experienced any drop calls so far (except when you leave your wifi area during a call#. The battery is AMAZING. I have never owned a phone where I can sometimes go THREE DAYS without charging my phone. With heavy usage #games, texting, on the net# I can still get about a day and a half. Anyway, all in all, I'd say this phone is awesome for someone new to android, or someone who doesn't download lots of apps.
And in response to someone asking about the Home LED, check your Power Saver settings. You might have the Home button set to turn off when the battery gets low and PS gets activated. I've noticed it won't come back on, even after the batts charged. So change the setting that says turn Home LED off when power gets low.
Also, I think someone else commented about the ads on the MetroPCS phone. You can access the apps that are sending those ads and turn them off. You can even hide those banners on your phone if they annoy you #which they did me).
Okay, anyway, I'm finished. I love the phone as a first time android user, and since I don't download too many apps, the storage hasn't been much of a problem.
November 7, 2013