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Tracfone LG Optimus Fuel Prepaid Phone with Triple Minutes (Tracfone) (Wireless Phone)

LG 34C Android 4.4 Cell Phone Compatible Carrier & Service: TracFone Form Factor: Smart Phones Touch Screen: Yes Main Display Size: 3.5" Main Display Format: IPS Rear Camera: 3 MP Processor Speed: 1.2GHz Built-in Storage: 4GB
5.0 out of 5 stars
While I love TracFone's prepaid Android service, my biggest complaint was that they've never offered a device which made the overall smartphone experience enjoyable. TracFone has finally tackled that problem and I can say the LG Optimus Fuel is a great Android smartphone for the price. My previous two TracFone handsets were the Galaxy Centura and the ZTE Valet. Both were "okay" for simple tasks, but lacked the processor power I now have with this LG device.

Obviously, the dual-core processor is a welcome upgrade. I can run my programs (including some video game emulators) with very little stuttering or frame skipping. The display is fairly bright and crisp for such a cheap smartphone. It even looks better than my $200 HTC Desire on AT&T's GoPhone service. The screen is not very big, but it stacks up quite nicely in its entry-level category designation. Given the fact LG has included the KitKat OS, you're getting an updated Android experience without spending...Read more

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While I love TracFone's prepaid Android service, my biggest complaint was that they've never offered a device which made the overall smartphone experience enjoyable. TracFone has finally tackled that problem and I can say the LG Optimus Fuel is a great Android smartphone for the price. My previous two TracFone handsets were the Galaxy Centura and the ZTE Valet. Both were "okay" for simple tasks, but lacked the processor power I now have with this LG device.Obviously, the dual-core processor is a welcome upgrade. I can run my programs (including some video game emulators) with very little stuttering or frame skipping. The display is fairly bright and crisp for such a cheap smartphone. It even looks better than my $200 HTC Desire on AT&T's GoPhone service. The screen is not very big, but it stacks up quite nicely in its entry-level category designation. Given the fact LG has included the KitKat OS, you're getting an updated Android experience without spending...Read more
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