Quad-core processor makes it incredibly zippy
Carrying regular SIM and microSD slots, plus a removable battery
Super fast, nice display, good user experience
Great video playback
4G LTE connectivity
Blazing LTE data speeds
Super-fast LTE data speeds
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade
Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.
NOVA display for improved readability
Speedy dual-core processor and a crisp display
Glasses-free 3D screen and 3D pics/video capture
3D display is fun, Solid construction
Good 3D main camera
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Runs Android 2.3.4
Big, vibrant display
Latest version of the Android OS
Camera takes mediocre pictures and only records VGA video
Slow and sluggish
Includes NFC support
Very poor camera
Good performance from the processor
Abysmal set of hardware
'Frankly, we came away feeling like LG half-assed this phone at a time when it could've swooped in and established itself in the thick, meaty midsection of Verizon's smartphone lineup.'
'The LG Ally is a fantastic little smartphone brought into Verizon's fold. '
'Phone Dialing is very easy.'
'A fantastic screen and unbelievable keyboard isn't enough to save the Ally, a competent phone sabotaged by a weak heart and confused identity. '
Solid, comfortable to hold design
Attractive looking design
Ships with latest version of Android
Vibrant and sharp display
Awful calling quality
Good call quality
Good tactile keyboard
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