- Jeffrey Van Camp , Digital Trends
Could use a prettier chassis, a little more memory, and a higher resolution screen, but for those on a budget, it gets the job done.
- Eric M. Zeman , Phone Scoop
A compact and lightweight Android smartphone, improves upon the already-very-good original in nearly every way.
Reviews (7.5/10 Avg. rating)
The Lucid 2 is a solid phone and a recommendation as a good unlocked buy on Verizon
This phone, by definition, appeals to a very niche audience - if you're actually someone who likes Android. You have to not want to leave Verizon, and you're looking for the best deal you can without getting shackled to Big Red for two years. This is the sort of phone you use for a few months until the one you actually want comes out, and then flip on Craigslist to get some of your investment back. For that purpose, the Lucid 2 is unbeatable on Verizon. This is an Android phone you can be pretty happy with generally, even if it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of a higher-end handset... Full review
The LG Lucid 2 would have had to do a lot wrong to not earn itself a recommendation
It is small and lightweight, making it easy to carry around
A screamer in terms of power or performance
While we are not sure this would be enough for us to replace our personal higher-end phones, there is plenty of reason to want to recommend it to a friend or family member. The Lucid 2 isn’t a screamer in terms of power or performance, but it was able to hold up rather nicely in terms of day to day use. Basically, that is to say that it should be able to handle your calling, messaging, social networking and camera related needs with relative ease.
If you, or if you know someone that is looking for a good mid-range device and cannot (or doesn’t want to) shell out any mone... Full review
Powerful processor, good rear camera, great price
It’s hardly something to dismiss if you’re a new smartphone user
The LG Lucid 2 is a fine device for first time smartphone buyers and those that just want something that does what it needs to without an overwhelming feature set. This isn't to say that the device doesn't carry a hefty amount of features within it, but the Starter mode UI keeps everything simple, which is a well thought out strategy.
Sure, this may not be the LG Optimus G or Optimus G Pro, but the Lucid 2 certainly isn't try to be a flagship device. It's aimed a specific market and it's a great smartphone for that market. Complaining that a mid-range device isn't a high-end smartph... Full review
One sequel that's worth checking out
A fairly decent mid-range phone
New phone 1st time on Verizon
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