You won't get a top-tier display or camera, but it's a good value.
It's a great phone, but I expected more innovation.
Great hardware at an affordable price -- you won't find a better bang for the buck.
Despite its name, it's not very advanced. Sure, it's durable, but unless you need a device to stand the abuse, you can do better.
For the price, you won't find a better camera -- but reliability on the other hand...
If you need a keyboard, it's okay. Otherwise, you can do better.
The big and vibrant screen, coupled with 4G and Jelly Bean, make it a leading Android contender.
For the outdoorsman or construction worker that needs a touch of Android.
It won't make you James Bond, but it's definitely stylish, albeit a bit outdated.
If you love Android, this is the phone to get -- Jelly Bean is fantastic and best of all, it's affordable.
A blazing quad-core chip and a top-notch display make it one of LG's best smartphones yet.
It has features of its higher-end siblings, but you'll wish you'd spent a little more for the X or X+.
Chock full of feature, but limited memory and the lack of a microSD slot is a problem.
If you hate running out of power before dinner, look no further -- your dream phone is here.
If the large size doesn't bother you, it's a fantastic combination of power and performance.
It's a very average phone, but the price is cheap. Still, pick up a microSD card -- or just buy a better phone upfront.
The 4G LTE and Android is nice, but the cheap price means sacrifices are made in the camera and display.
One of the better QWERTYs and misleading 4G speeds make it a decent mid-range device.
If you're scared of smartphones, Easy Mode gives you a simple Android interface -- but it's a little too simple.
It runs on older ICS software, but the decent display, camera and long-lasting battery make it a great package.
The big display is a good idea, but the aspect ratio, among other glitches, makes it a flawed device.
Despite no contracts, avoid its mediocre display and awful camera.
It's very average, and you can do better -- even for a cheap phone.
It's not easy to hold, but it's the best phablet out there.