Yesterday late morning, I returned the LG F6 from T-Mobile back to the store. The reason of why was in the 10 days I had the phone, it has proven to have a couple of good points, but mostly bad points. The LG F6 was $290 which I paid $50 down, and would have paid $10 for 24 months. I also had paid the taxes on the $290 as well.
When I looked at the phone, it had the LG UI on it, which I wasn’t fond of, but willing to tolerate it (otherwise, I wouldn’t have purchased it). However, in the time I had it, the phone locked up on me a number of times, disabled its own Wifi – therefore in one instance burned through the data within a couple of days as I expected it to be on the home’s wifi network. Programs that didn’t even started will close due to an illegal operation.
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A bit happened today. First, I had to go to the bank to make a deposit that needed to be immediately addressed. I also went to a court hearing I was scheduled to attend, but it seemed as if it was cancelled. Next, I went to the post office which I needed to get postage stamps which is on the behalf of someone else which was addressed already. Last, I had to go grocery shopping which I bought what I hope to be almost a month’s worth of groceries.Simply put, I don’t have cash to spend on food this month, so I have to rely exclusively on my benefits.
I did managed to get a hold of my brother who told me that he will address part of an issue he caused this weekend. I also managed to receive a call from Andrea which told me next week. I am assuming that from now on, I have to give everyone a zero tolerance policy. It’s a shame I have to treat family as such.
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(Update: Phone was returned due to unsatisfactory resolutions)
The LG F6 is a candy bar smart phone running Android 4.1.2 (current version is 4.3) which is available from T-Mobile for $290 or $50 down payment + $10 per month. The reason for this phone is to replace the back up phone which is now being provided for my brother’s girlfriend
This phone has a 4.5” LCD display with a physical home button, a capacitive back button, and a capacitive settings button. The phone has a 5MP rear camera, and a VGA front camera. There is a volume rocker, power button, and a dedicated Quick Memo button which will use the screen shot and allow for you to draw or write on the screen for saving.
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