Prior to the Optimus G, LG was really only known for their low-end and mid-range devices. Part of that was because of all the mid-range devices they were putting out on Verizon, for example the Lucid and Spectrum line of devices. Last year, I reviewed the LG Lucid 2, and was quite impressed with that device. Now Verizon and LG are at it again, launching the LG Lucid 3 today. The LG Lucid 3 is on sale for free on contract or $300 full price. As far as specs go, we're looking at a 4.7-inch qHD display (that's 960x540 in case you've forgotten), 8GB of internal storage, 5MP camera on the back, and it's running Android 4.4.2. It also has a 2440mAh battery inside which is pretty large for this device. As a comparison, the HTC One has a 2600mAh battery with a bigger display, more pixels and a faster processor. So you should be able to get some pretty decent battery life out of this one. The LG Lucid 2 had a 2400mAh battery last year, with the same size display, and it got amazing battery life, in my testing.
The LG Lucid 3 is available from Verizon's site right now and should be hitting retail stores in the next few days if they aren't there already. It's a pretty decent mid-range device. If the Verizon Moto G had LTE connectivity, I'd recommend that over the Lucid 3. But given the fact that the Lucid 3 has LTE and a larger battery, I'll have to recommend it to Verizon users. LG has really done well in the battery department lately. The LG G2, and G Flex both had amazing battery life. And I'd expect the same from the Lucid 3. Especially considering the specs on this one.
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