This close cousin of the CU features a sleeker, lighter design with a glossy front. Other features of this clamshell phone are similar, including 3G video sharing, stereo Bluetooth, microSD memory card slot, and a 1. TCL has a new batch of concept phones to show off in that use flexible-display technology in interesting ways. Two are foldables, including a unique "tri-fold" design with two different hinges allowing it to reach full tablet size when open. Samsung's new flagship Galaxy S phones for are somewhat predictable in appearance and features, and they've leaked like crazy, but there are a few surprises.
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The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended.
This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See details for description of any imperfections. I bought mine back in January I am still using it. I had over year ago that I needed to by a new battery so in as the original one from got to the point that I would have to charge it every single day. This new battery seem to be still holding up Meaning, I don't call up every second of my friend and talk on it for hours!
I only call on it I really need to Better to meet up then and talk. Anyway, I had absolutely no problem with this phone, with the except of this stupid PTT button that is so easy to initiate. The good side, it does ask you to confirm if you wan t to do that.. It's camera is not too good having a 1. As one mentioned, probably the little cable is starting to shift or wear out causing it shorting sometimes. Then I have to close it back, wait a bit and try again opening it in the hopes that it will load the full screen back.
Sometimes it takes multiple tries. This started only a few months ago, but I should not complain I think for a phone this is a great life span. I hear people whose iPhone 5s acting up already because it's "too old" I am regretting the day when eventually I will have to retire this fella as I do like it. And I am only hoping maybe someone can either replace, or fix up the little cable that runs along the hinge and then this phone can serve me for another 7 years?
I dropped mine sooooooooo many times, I am amazed it just started to have minor screen loading issues only a few months back Read full review. Verified purchase: No. I like the LG cu It is easy to use and also works as a pretty good music player. I already had one and my daughter needed a cell phone and a MP3 player.
I didn't want to sign a new two yr. Although, this particular phone can be used for texting and data services we are not big on that. So for the price and convenience, EBay was a perfect place to shop. There was only one problem. I have lost my manual and the new phone didn't come with one and I can't find the instruction manual online. If anyone has info as to where I can get an instruction manual, please email me. The phone is a pretty good one.
It is the typical easy to use LG however, it does possess a couple of minor flaws such as the exterior screen "black" and cannot view pictures for ID or similar. The odd speaker button on the back of the device is really pointless, too, as it has the same function during the call with the center button.
I also expected it to be a drop thinner; it seems kind of bulky in my pocket but that's just my personal opinion. Other than that, though, it is pretty good and, contrary to CNET.
The good: The LG CU offers a simple, user-friendly design, decent call quality, and a solid feature set that includes 3. The bad: The LG CU has a disappointing external display and it lacks a camera flash and voice dialing. Photo and streaming video quality were uneven. I bought this to replace an old Motorola v with battery issues. I liked the design and it seemed a bit more solid than the RAZR. I liked the large screen on the flip side, the large, easy to read keypad, and the slim feel in my hand.
I also saw the battery life was rated well for talk and standby time. The speakerphone has an excellent volume. Though it has a large color screen on the inside, the text is too small with no option for enlarging it. I almost immediately ran into annoyances.
The PushToTalk button is located on the side of the phone. You almost can't help but activate it when you open the phone to answer a call. Opening it is also not as easy as you'd expect. The design gives no "grab" area for a thumb to lift the clam. Expect to use two hands. At least it prompts you to decide if you want to be charged for PTT before it connects. There is no way to disable this function from activating. Just before writing this I got off the phone with my provider.
The tech "thinks" he might have found a way and is going to email me the instructions. I can only hope. Internet connection is way too easy to inadvertently start. Too many options for connecting and I'm not really appreciative of my phone loaded with connections to the their Internet Mall where they try to sell you something.
Navigation isn't easy. Nothing seems to be simple. Menus to scroll through and I have yet to find a way to reassign the keys because the user manual, though thick, is poorly written in giving instructions.
It tells you what the phone CAN do, but doesn't give stepped instructions on how to get it done. Print so small, I can barely read it. I also have a data cable for it, but it doesn't seem to accept downloads from my computer of MP3 music. If you ever used Motorola Tools and are familiar with the simple procedure for downloading music and photos to your phone, don't expect anything simple with this phone.
Speaking of music, it has 10 preloaded ring styles. I don't like any of them, but until I figure out how to get my own music in this phone, I'm stuck. Volume during a speakerless conversation is good, though voice quality isn't the best. My old v sounded better. Bluetooth: You'd think it wouldn't be a big deal, but I have 3 separate earpieces I keep in different environments I may be in.
This phone found and accepted my first one, but refuses to accept, or even find my other two. Don't know if this is intentional, but now I have to make sure my earpiece is fully charged at all times because I can't switch out to any of my others. Overall, it is a great phone for those who just want a simple phone to make and receive calls, but for those who plan on personalizing it, using it for pictures, music, texting, and all that can be done with cell phones these days Maybe the next version will see improvements.
This one had potential, but fell short. Skip to main content. About this product. Manufacturer Color: Black Black Plum. Make an offer:. Stock photo. Pre-owned: lowest price The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Make Offer. Material: Plastic. Produced by high quality plastic material. Fits perfectly and functions as intended.
See all 3 pre-owned listings. About this product Product Information The go-anywhere, do-anything CU is the ultimate multimedia phone. With the latest music features and the ability to share videos during a call, you and your friends will surely be amazed.
Instantly get in touch with family, friends, and co-workers with a simple press of the PTT button. Or, stay completely hands-free via Bluetooth. With CV, you can even access news, sports, and weather wherever and whenever you need it. With the CU, it's all in there! Product Key Features Storage Capacity. Additional Product Features Display Resolution.
LG CU515 Review
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LG CU515 - Black (AT&T) Cellular Phone
The Good The LG CU offers a simple, user-friendly design, decent call quality, and a solid feature set that includes 3. Photo and streaming video quality were uneven. Sure, the CU lacks its predecessor's external music controls, but the two handsets are roughly the same size 3. The CU is a tad heavier 3. As with the Muziq, the CU's unassuming design doesn't quite reflect the high-end features inside. But for some people, that's quite all right. The CU is available in black our review model or plum.