LG Optimus G E970 16GB Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Quad-Core Smartphone w/ 8MP Camera – Black


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  1. Luis A. Lopez says:
    60 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LG Optimus G E970(AT&T), January 16, 2014
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    Luis A. Lopez
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    This review is from: LG Optimus G E970 16GB Unlocked GSM 4G LTE Quad-Core Smartphone w/ 8MP Camera – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    This phone is great! It is my second smartphone and i love it. I have the HTC Evo 3D from virgin mobile and this phone is absolutely amazing. It is very responsive, fast, and the screen looks really clear. Overall a great phone, 10/10 for me.

    The seller(Cell-Source) sent me the phone as described, Brand new AT&T unlocked and it works with Net10’s 4G network, I tried it with my brother’s SIM card. I had seen a lot of reviews on here saying that the 4G did not work in the US, so I did a little research and found out that there is 3 models of this phone. There is the E970(AT&T version) and there is the LS970(Sprint Version) and i believe there is also an E975(International Version). So, for those of you who are giving this phone a low review because the 4G does not work in the US, make sure you have the unlocked AT&T version and not the International Version(E975). The E970(AT&T) has a MicroSD card slot up to 64Gb, 16Gb ROM and it comes with a 16Gb MicroSD card for a total of 32Gb but you can use about 25Gb more or less in total, which I think is enough for everyone. Before you buy, you can always contact the seller and ask to make sure you are getting what you want/need that way you do not spend your money. I would not be able to tell you if the AT&T version (E970) would work anywhere else in the world, the best thing to do would be to research really good before you buy it. Another way to tell the E970(AT&T version) apart from the Sprint(LS970) and International version(E975) is by the camera. Both the Sprint and International version have a 13MP camera and does NOT have a MicroSD card slot, they just have a 32Gb ROM (memory for storage). AT&T decided to go with the 8MP camera instead of 13MP but added the MicroSD card slot, which is much better in my opinion. Other than that I believe the phones have the same specs.

    Specifications:
    -Quad-core 1.5GHz Processor
    -Adreno 320 GPU(for Graphics)
    -2Gb RAM
    -8MP Camera, 1.3MP front Facing camera
    -Android 4.1.2(came installed already)
    -MicroSD card slot up to 64Gb, 16Gb MicroSD card included.
    -Micro SIM
    -2G, 3G, and 4G(Where available, check your desired carrier)
    -4.7″ True HD IPS+ Display(very nice and clear!)
    -Gorilla Glass 2
    -2100 mAh battery(non-removeable)

    I think this is everything for right now, I will try and update as time goes by. If you guys have any questions feel free to ask I will try and reply ASAP. Thank you for taking your time to read this, it only helps you anyway :p

    ALL SPECIFICATIONS INFORMATION WAS TAKEN FROM gsmarena dot com

    UPDATE: I’ve had this phone for about 2 or 3 weeks and it is working great! the battery has a good life with light to moderate use. I am writing this on my phone, the last time I charged it was Saturday night and it still has 30% battery life left. I made a couple of phone calls, text messages, some social networks,picture messaging, and web browsing.one thing that I had an issue with as the messaging app. for some weird reason, my messaging app got deleted and just disappeared. I had to do a factory reset to get it back. good thing is that I had installed an app that backed up my apps, but not data because my phone is not rooted. But overall the phone is working great, if you’re looking for a case with not much bulk look for the diztronic matte black case.

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  2. carlos7412 says:
    30 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    excellet phone, October 17, 2013
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    is a great phone at a low price they recommend in Venezuela only serves 3g and 4g for digitel no for movistar

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  3. Emigdio Escalona says:
    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LG Optimus G E970 Unlocked 4G LTE Quad-Core ! 4.7″ IPS 2GB 16GB ROM Phone, February 15, 2014
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    Wow It is great! It is so fast, work perfectly. In Venezuela you need configure the internet acces point or go to your prefered operator . If you have Movistar in Venezuela you can configure the internet: Go to (ajustes, redes y conexiones,redes móviles, Nombres de puntos de acceso: Nombre movistar WAP APN wap.movistar.ve Proxy 200.35.64.73 Puerto 9001 MCC 734 MNC 04 Tipo de APN default). With movistar work perfectly. Quad-core amazing and 2Gb RAM made this phone better than phone of 500$. This I received is E970, there are people that buy the E975 and it have a different camera of 13 Mp without expandible memory. E970 has a camera of 8 Mp and expandible memory. The meaning point is that sometimes you need to configure the APN in order to enjoy internet, if you doesn’t do the APN configuration you will think that the phone doesn’t work 3G. I recommend you see other phone that works with your prefered operator and copy the APN information and your phone, will work perfectly in 3G or 4G.

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