LG P760 Optimus L9
Sleek, comfortable design.
High quality IPS display.
Very good call quality.
1080p HD camera.
The 5MP camera is underwhelming.
Lacks 42Mbps support.
Battery drains quickly.
Poor audio speaker.
It comes preloaded with too much bloatware.
By Good Gear Guide on September 14, 2013
LG only recently launched its aggressively priced L-Style range of Android smartphones in Australia but the company has already added a flagship device to that category. The LG Optimus L9 offers a huge 4.7in IPS screen, a dual-core processor and a...-
By PC Mag on July 03, 2013
The LG Optimus L9 is scarcely available, but if you can get it, it's the best MetroPCS smartphone that runs on T-Mobile's network right...80
By Tech2 on April 04, 2013
While it might seem like LG is losing a little traction on the mobile front, it hasn't stopped the company from launching new devices. The latest to hit India is the Optimus L9 smartphone and this is the P765 variant. It's a neat looking device,...65
By TweakTown on March 19, 2013
of the L-series of smartphones from LG hard - they're budget phones, but I can't find myself recommending them. The Nexus 4, also made by LG, is less than $350 - and offers twice the specs, and twice the phone. What LG have done with the...75
By GSMArena on January 04, 2013
So, it turns out there's quite a lot to like about the LG Optimus L9. Its key selling point is the big screen, which is rather hard to come by in this price range. Retina levels of pixel density were out of the question - should we say, budget - but...-
By uk.hardware.info on January 03, 2013
The LG Optimus L9 is a superbly balanced smartphone. Unlike the lower-positioned L7, the various components complement each other very nicely. You shouldn't expect any miracles of course, but the hardware definitely meets the requirements for what...-
By Good Gear Guide on December 17, 2012
The LG Optimus L9 has a large 4.7in, qHD display and an attractive and functional design. It's only marred by a slightly sluggish user experience and a below average camera. At $399, the Optimus L9 represents reasonable value for money....75
By Gadget Guy Australia on December 14, 2012
LG hasn’t been terribly active in the high-end smartphone market this year, but it has been cooking up a storm with its budget brigade of Optimus handsets, badged under the “L” series. Now it’s the end of the year, and LG has one...70
By DigitalVersus on December 13, 2012
There are no surprises in store with the Optimus L9. It has a good-quality audio output, but it's otherwise pretty average (camera, responsiveness, screen, etc.). For a supposedly top-of-the-range mobile, it's no match for the star smartphones...60
By SlashGear on November 11, 2012
What can I say? For a budget handset, the LG Optimus L9 impresses. In no way is the phone the best, but its sleek design, nice screen, and the fact that it runs so smooth with have you thinking otherwise. Be sure that you consider the options before...-