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Basic Phones

With devices that match every need, these LG phones are easy to bring on the go and come with readout features that make life easier.

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LG Bluetooth Headsets

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Mobile Accessories

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  1. 3 months ago
    Awesome
    I'm 66 and have kept up on newest cell phones since the beginning of cell phones. This cell phone is very user friendly and I like the detailed features in the menu from Sound to Screen. First LG phone, Have had in our family mainly HTC and Samsung prior. Sprint also, gave a great deal on my first leasing of phones.
  2. 1 day ago
    Great phone ruined by the curved screen!
    As far as how the phone works, it's great. It is the very first LG brand phone that I have ever liked. It works very similar to the Galaxy phones. I really love the face ID unlock; and the hand gestures are fairly cool. My only issue is the curved glass screen. Why LG ever curved the screen the way they did is beyond my comprehension. There is no purpose to it; it doesn't flow over the edge like the Galaxy. It is curved just enough to make it dificult to have a glass screen protector. It really ... read more is a good phone though.
  3. 2 weeks ago
    Great Concept but ...
    I got the phone just 2 days ago and It's been interesting using it. But I think LG can do better than some of the apps on the phone. 1) Like the phone app, there should be a dial button on all the tabs. 2) When you minimize the phone app while on call, the phone floating widget could be better than that. 3) The app screen sucks seriously. Scrolling the app screens side-2-side should be an option. There should be option to scroll vertically or horizontally. Vertically scrolling would at least ... read more keep the apps alphabetically arranged. I would appreciate if a software patch can correct this/these
  1. 1 week ago
    LG G8 is an excellent phone. Buy it!
    Just so readers will know that I am not a LG fanatic: my previous phones were (most recent to least recent): a Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, a Samsung Galaxy S7 Active, a Samsung Galaxy S6, and an LG G4. I mention these, because I have been a hard-core Samsung Galaxy user for a long time. But I had had an LG. And there were things I missed about the LG: its ability to open with a knock on the screen, the logical layout of its screen (I guess that is referred to as the "skin"). The Samsungs were ... read more good phones--although I had serious technical issues with every one, and each one had to be replaced at one time or another. However, my wife and son both had LG G3s. My son replaced his LG G3 with an LG V30 a about a year and a half ago, but my wife kept using her LG G3 until last month. She didn't stop using it because it stopped working or for any problem--neither my wife's or my son's LGs have ever had any mechanical problems or failures--but it was slow and, frankly, the security features on older phones are not as good as modern phones. So, I convinced her that for the sake of security, it was best to use a new phone. She loved her LG, so it was hard to give up, but she did. I replaced it with an LG G8. She loves it, and it works beautifully. I used it a few times and found it worked beautifully. So much so, that I then got myself an LG G8 (I had recently paid off my Galaxy S8 Active). I have had no regrets. This is an excellent phone. My old Samsung was a good phone, but it did have some glitches: it did not work well with the Bluetooth in my car during phone calls; I have had no such problems with the LG. The Samsung's ergonomics left a lot to desire: what kind of idiot places a fingerprint reader right next to a camera lens? It could also run hot inexplicably at times. The LG G8 is in every way competitive with the new Samsung S10 series--in ways that matter--particularly compared to the S10e and S10 (the S10 plus monster size is of no interest to me because it is a monster-sized phone, and it really appeals to an audience that wants a humongous phone). The LG G8's security is much better and easy to use: I mean it has real 3D face ID, which is far better than the 2D Samsung is passing off on people. The fingerprint reader is well-positioned and works well (as always on the LGs), and the hand unlock ID works fine and is very convenient. I do not have to pick up the phone to access it, which is fantastic for when I am working at my desk--which is a lot. By the way, the first time I programmed my hand for hand ID, I stretched my palm too much, so it did not work so well. I removed the first set of hand ID and redid it, holding my palm in a natural way. I find the hand ID works much better. The sound quality is excellent, the ergonomics are great. For every useful feature that the Samsung S10e and S10 have, the LG matches them. And I get a two-year warranty. I am happy with my choice. And so is my wife.
    This review was originally posted to ATT.com.
  2. 2 months ago
    lg-g8
    Love my new phone. don't like that it does not share same charger as all older android phones.
    This review was originally posted to ATT.com.
  3. 2 months ago
    Great phone. Weak service.
    Great phone, but poor results from data transfer from prior phone. NO APPS ported over. Contacts messed up. Took about 6 hours to straighten out, and I'm tech savvy! Heaven forbid if you're not!!
    This review was originally posted to ATT.com.
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