- Lynn La , Cnet
The compact LG Lancet has a comfortable design, a competitively low price, and a capable 8-megapixel camera.
- Eric M. Zeman , Phone Scoop
The Lancet proves that sometimes small stands tall.
Reviews (6.5/10 Avg. rating)
Affordable Windows Phone handset that doesn't offer enough
As a starter Windows device, the LG Lancet is a respectable option for cost-conscious Verizon customers. Its $20 (on-contract)/$120 (off) price tag is especially affordable compared with the premium HTC One M8 for Windows Phone, which costs fives times as much because of its high-caliber hardware and luxurious design.
In some ways, it also seems more attractive than Verizon's other budget Windows handset, the Lumia 735, due to its lower price and finer image quality.
Ultimately, however, the 735 remains the smarter choice. Considering what improvements you get in hardw... Full review
The low price comes with compromises
A low-cost Windows Phone that's easy grasp and offers a lot of value
At $120, the LG Lancet under-promises and over-delivers. You might be fooled into thinking a low-cost handset would be sluggish and unable to perform. That's not the case with LG's little phone. The Lancet's hardware is more solid than other phones in this price point and the small size makes it easier to use than bulky phablets. I do wish the screen were a bit sharper. The phone ran well on Verizon's LTE network, but I would have prefered better performance from the speakers. The Lancet's battery was particularly impressive.
Windows Phone runs well on the Lancet. The media apps... Full review
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- LG Lancet Manual (PDF)
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