Decent 3D imagery.
Bright and beautiful display.
Impressive $99.99 on contract pricing.
Plenty of 3D specific features.
Powerful hiend smartphone.
Glasses-free 3D display.
Comes preloaded with 3D content, as well as stereoscopic cameras for capturing 3D photo and video.
Features a dual-core processor and an HDMI port.
Poor battery life on idle.
Runs Android 2.2.
Camera is slow, poor in low light.
3D button doesn't work as camera button.
3D camera adds bulk to phone.
Choppy video capture.
Terrible 2D camera performance.
Constant dropped connections with mobile hotspot.
Large and heavy.
HSPA 14,4 is not 4G.
By MobilesRoom on November 10, 2011
The phone certainly thrills us to a great extent. The stunning 3D effects and the speedy processor does make LG Thrill 4G an eye catcher. However, if you are looking for a pone which offers you longer battery life then you should consider HTC Evo 3D...67
By Digital Trends on October 26, 2011
The LG Thrill 4G does not thrill on many accounts outside of its pretty 3D...70
By G4tv.com on September 27, 2011
Video Review: The LG Thrill 4G smartphone comes with a dual core 1 GHz processor, a 4.3" touch screen, twin 5 megapixel cameras and more. On top of that, you can create your own 3D content and browser the net on AT&T's 4G network, all for $99 with a...100
By Pocketnow on September 20, 2011
The big reason to get the LG Thrill 4G is not for the 4G, but for the 3D. As everyone says, it is a bit of a gimmick. You can only see it at the right distance at the right angle and in landscape mode. The 3D tends to tire out your eyes, or make you...80
By Engadget on September 09, 2011
Reviewing the Thrill 4G was essentially a complete rehash of the LG Optimus 3D, with the obvious exception of AT&T branding and price ($100 with a two-year commitment). While we didn't notice a large improvement over the global model to rate it a...70
By LaptopMag on September 07, 2011
With so many Android phones offering dual-core CPUs, 4G connectivity, front-facing cameras, and giant screens, stereoscopic 3D support has become a new way to stand out in the marketplace. In June, HTC released the on Sprint, the first U.S. handset...80
By Phone Arena on August 24, 2011
When it comes down to value, there’s no denying that the LG Thrill 4G exudes plenty of it from head-to-toe as it combines all of the lovely features found with any high-end smartphone on the market – plus, it’s tastefully complemented...80
By cnet on August 20, 2011
For the price, the LG Thrill 4G makes for a decent and fun Android device that includes 3D capabilities, but if you're after power and performance, there are better...80
By MobileTechReview on August 19, 2011
We really like the LG Thrill 4G, especially at the surprisingly low $99 contract price. It's a fast dual core Android phone, and though we're a little disappointed that it runs Android OS 2.2 Froyo, AT&T says it will get the Gingerbread 2.3...80
By The Boy Genius Report on August 17, 2011
I like the Thrill 4G because LG tried to differentiate itself with a device that could display and record 3D content. It’s a fun concept and works in practice, but it’s hard to recommend a phone simply because it offers 3D as an option. The...-