Cheap for an LTE phone, Solid performance, Unique design
Bright vivid Gorilla Glass display; Handy built-in gestures and lock screen shortcuts; Fast 4G LTE speeds; Affordable
Affordable price, Attractive design, Still a highspec’d smartphone
Affordable, portable LTE smartphone.
The LG Lucid has a slick design, swift data speeds, and a zippy processor. Its camera's photo and video recording quality is also impressive.
Affordable, Dual-core processor, Supports 4G LTE data speeds, Bright screen, 1080p video recording.
Terrible UI skin, Unattractive, lowres display, Inferior LTE speeds to other phones
Weak audio; Odd design element looks like a button but isn't
Lots of artifacting with its 1080p videos, Poor calling quality
The Lucid comes equipped with way too much bloatware, and its speaker is subpar. Also, considering its release date, we're disappointed that it doesn't run on Ice Cream Sandwich.
Mediocre reception, Runs older Android 2,3 (Gingerbread) OS.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
To round up this analysis, we will emphasize that LG's Lucid smartphone is, yes, a cheap one. But it shows that even budget devices can surprise...-
By MobileBurn on May 10, 2012
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The LG Lucid is a 4G LTE smartphone for Verizon Wireless that comes from the same family of phones as the Connect 4G for MetroPCS and the Viper 4G LTE for Sprint. It sports a 4-inch, WVGA NOVA display and is...-
By Phone Scoop on April 10, 2012
1 Overall, the LG Lucid is a fine little phone. It scores well on most features. Though I think it's a bit plain in the fashion department, the hardware works well and offers a balance of features and transportability. It's a good voice phone,...-
By Android Central on April 07, 2012
Could a device that launches with only a promise of an Ice Cream Sandwich update be the one for you? Combining a great overall build quality with a stylish design, the LG Lucid is no device to simply overlook. The 1.2GHz dual-core processor is no joke...-
By Android Police on April 06, 2012
There's little doubt in my mind that, for the people the Lucid is marketed to, it offers the best entry-level experience of any Android smartphone on any carrier in the US today. You get all the buzzwords - dual-core, 4G, apps, video chat, voice...-
By The Verge on April 06, 2012
I've knocked LG in the past for clearly aping other manufacturers' handset designs — the Nitro HD is basically a knockoff Galaxy S II — so here I'll give credit where it's due: the Lucid is a much more original design, and is...60
By LaptopMag on April 05, 2012
The LG Lucid is an easy-to-use Android phone that delivers a bright display and 4G LTE for an attractive...70
By Phone Arena on April 04, 2012
A year ago, owning a Verizon 4G LTE smartphone meant having to fork over a load of moolah, such as the case with devices like the Samsung Droid Charge and LG Revolution when they were initially launched. Over time, as we’ve seen mostly in the last...75
By MobileTechReview on April 01, 2012
twitter: @lisagade) Verizon Wireless' top Android LTE smartphones sell for $199 to $299, so you figure there's a catch when a phone costs on $79 on contract. In the case of the capable and very attractive LG Lucid, you actually get a very nice...70
By cnet on March 31, 2012
Though it's stuck on Gingerbread, the Lucid's great camera, snappy performance, and cheap price tag make it a solid choice for a budget 4G Android...73