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LS980 White

Key Features

  • Powerful Snapdragon™ 800 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Long-Lasting Battery - 3,000 mAh SiO+1
  • Vivid 5.2" 1080p Full HD IPS Display
  • 13 MP High Resolution Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) Camera

available colors:

Smooth White Discontinued
Specifications
LG and Android™ Enhancements
Connectivity
Entertainment
Camera/Video
Interactivity

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from It grew on me I bought this phone towards the end of November it wasn't my first choice I wanted the LG G6 but the employee recommended that I get the v30 Plus so I was like okay. I had it for a couple of days felt kind of weird because I had to get used to using the volume buttons at the side again instead of the buttons being on the back but overall the functionality the look in the feel of the phone got me kind of hooked
Date published: 2017-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from sprint from sprint got this phone 3 yrs ago 2013 had some issues but do not think it was phone , most likely my carrier (sprint) anyway about a month ago it started flipping thru apps and the touchscreen is non responding in some areas , sprint will only upgrade me with a new 2 yr contract. so I'm leaning towards the g5, unlocked because I'm sprinting as fast as I can from sprint. I have had all 3 major carriers and sprint is by far dead last in reception call areas and customer support
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great phone Great phone...but not unlocked as advertised w sprint sprint asked me to violate another customers privacy before they would grant me access to my phone. Refused to honor my ownership unless I provided them with information about another person's account
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hardware problems I been experiencing many problems. The auxiliary port broke, 1/4 of the screen was not reposmding and couldn't connect to wifi. When it was fully functional it was a great decive
Date published: 2016-04-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from will never buy again I have 2 lg g2 ever sense I bought them I have had nothing but problems mainly with the screen it has a glitch where it basically touches itself I replace the screens thinking it was a faulty screen still does it I have don't everything to fix it yet they both still have the same problems I will no longer be purchasing this phone again
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed I have been using this phone for a year and a couple months. I mainly use this phone for texting and email. I don't do any social network and the only app I've added that I use regularly is Snapchat. About a month ago I started having problems with apps opening randomly and the cursor jumping all around. I looked it up and saw a lot of people saying it's a overheating problem. So I took the case off thinking that may be causing overheating but it has now gotten so bad I can't even type 4 words without the cursor going crazy. Today it sent an attachment to someone I wasn't even trying to text! It also added Event to my calendar without me touching a thing. I think it's messed up that the phone has lasted just past warranty coverage and now I'm going to be stuck paying to either have it fixed or replaced. I've purchased LG phones in the past and never had a problem, I've had them last up to 4 years. This was my first smartphone and I'm just so, so disappointed in LG for making such a sub-par product.
Date published: 2015-10-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible at connecting to internet I've had my G2 for about 18 months now and have been having connectivity issues since day one. I wasn't getting my text messages in a timely manner, or even in the right order. I have been to many of the Sprint stores and called Sprint about this problem dozens of times and they tell me that there's nothing wrong. I was even told by one tech that the G2 isn't even capable of a LTE connection. even when I'm connected to the wi-fi at home the problem continues. I get error messages all day long that I'm not connected to the internet, even with wi-fi. I switched to Hangouts for messaging, but I still have the same problem of not getting messages sometimes until the next day. I canceled my protection plan with Sprint because they don't "protect" your phone when there is a problem. There should be a place with LG to fix my phone since my wireless carrier can't fix it.
Date published: 2015-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing phone while it lasted. A couple years ago, I needed to get a new phone. I had the Galaxy S3, and while I loved it, it was barely holding any charge, and the screen was not responding that well. I went into my Sprint store, and was going to get the S4, but then the G2 caught my eye. I picked it up and played with it for a while, and was sold instantly. The phone is fast in almost anything it does, and can run near any app with ease. The overall design is super sleek, and the minimal use of buttons, while most others love buttons, I feel they are just more prone to fail and welcome minimalism here. However, I did drop it one day when I wasn't paying attention, and shattered the screen. I was still able to use it, but didn't want to risk glass in my pocket. I ordered a replacement (refurbished), and it started to act funny (screen flickering, randomly turning on and off) and I know it wasn't fully the fault of the phone. However, I was still able to do everything I was doing before, but was sort of "forced" to take more frequent breaks, lol. Then the worst thing possible could happen. Same sort of situation. Dropped phone, screen shattered. Only this time, nothing. The sensors for the touchscreen were busted. So instead of risking another buggy refurbish, I decided to upgrade to a newer LG phone, the G3 (I know, i could have gone with the G4, but I like the style of the 3 slightly better). Beside the minor hiccup with the replacement though, I would highly recommend the G2 to ANYONE looking for a great Android that can do just about anything, and it won't cost them an arm and a leg.
Date published: 2015-09-26
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