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LG Optimus F5 ready to launch globally, starting with France on April 29

LG announced that the Optimus F5 phone unveiled at MWC will finally be launched globally, with France getting it first on April 29. Are you looking for a new mid-ranger?
by Chris SmithApril 28, 20133

LG Lucid 2 Review

If you're signing up for a new contract with Verizon, you can pick up the LG Lucid 2 for the low, low cost of absolutely nothing. But is it worth it?
by Kristofer WoukApril 26, 20136

LG Lucid 2 heading to Verizon on April 4th, free with contract

Verizon fans looking for a semi-decent mid-ranger without paying a cent might want to check out the LG Lucid 2. As previously rumored, the phone has now been confirmed for arrival to ...
by Andrew GrushApril 2, 2013

LG Lucid 2 rumored to land on Verizon on April 4 with beefy 2,460 mAh battery

The first-gen LG Lucid hasn’t exactly been Verizon’s biggest box-office hit (or LG’s, for that matter), but rumors about a follow-up have been floating around for quite some time now.
by AdrianApril 1, 2013
 
 

LG Optimus F5 to arrive on Verizon as the Lucid 2

The LG Optimus F5 has been tapped by Big Red to replace the aging LG Lucid 4G. Aside from being stamped with the usual Verizon logo, the mid-range phone will also get a name makeover.
by Bams SadewoMarch 5, 20133
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