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Switched to aquos crystal a few days ago. Already miss my volt

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jessewcharles, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. jessewcharles

    jessewcharles Member
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    This phone (aquos crystal) is beautiful, yet uncomfortable and fragile. I'm considering exchanging today. I really did love my volt!
     


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  2. jessewcharles

    jessewcharles Member
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    I went back to volt.. Had fun getting to install the rooted v4 again. Very happy with my decision. The battery life really won me over... But also, I hadn't ever had a phone with the nav bar, instead of soft keys. That really threw me off, not to mention the lack of a menu key. I hope more people fall in love with this phone. You definitely get your money's worth out of the volt :)
     
  3. jessewcharles

    jessewcharles Member
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    Gotta mention the volt's home key as well. How can you not love it?
     
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  4. TriumphLance

    TriumphLance Android Enthusiast

    I returned the Sharp Aquos as well. Battery life was bad. I still am not happy with my Volt though because I get app crashes a lot thanks to horrible ram control.
     
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  5. Gadget_mouse

    Gadget_mouse Lurker

    I just bought a Sharp Aquos and I miss my LG f6.
    First I can't find a root for the Sharp. I've had this phone a little over a week and I've already eatten up most of the so-called 8 gigs of internal memory (really only 4 gigs). Plus this phones battery life is iffy. My F6 had a great battery life and I like the interface better. F6 had less then 2 gigs but I could root it. If the aquos would give people a break and give us a root it would be much more tolerable. The only reason I haven't chucked the phone yet is because the screen is amazing and it's cool to look at, but so far it's no where near as functional ad my old phone :(
     

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The LG Volt release date was May 2014. Features and Specs include a 4.7" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Snapdragon 400 processor, and 3000mAh battery.

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