'Decent call quality'
'Good overall design with Military Spec toughness'
'Good voice quality'
'Powerful hi-end smartphone'
'Excellent voice quality. Dual-core speed. HDMI output.'
'Colors are vividly reproduced, vibrant and bright. '
'Solid battery life.'
'High-quality 720p camcorder.'
'Slick HDMI mirroring.'
'Superb build quality.'
'commendable build quality'
'Well-built handset with a 4.3in touchscreen'
'UI Looks Good & Works Well'
'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.'
'decent viewing angles'
'Slow to unlock.'
'Soft plastic screen.'
'Picture quality is surprisingly bright and defined for a phone in this class, even though the Optimus S relies on plastic rather than high-quality glass.'
'The LG Optimus M can't play Flash video in the browser.'
'Well-balanced feature set.'
'The Good: Speedy processor performance; Stylish design; LG custom UI adds nice visual touches to stock Android. '
'The LG Octane is a bit bulky.'
'very confusing navigation experience'
'full QWERTY keyboard'
'Mediocre camera performance'
'good reasonable price'
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