Specs summary

Screen
4"

The LG Marquee's screen is 4 inches with 480 x 800 pixels resolution.

Processor
1GHz

There is a Texas Instruments OMAP 3630 1 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system (OS).

Camera
5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera useful for video chat and self portraits.
Storage
1.3 GB

Internal memory is 1.3 GB. An external, MicroSD (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1500mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 1500 mAh battery. LG's performance ratings are 7 days standby time, 390 minutes (2G).


Prices (Where to Buy)


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Its high price and slow processor will make it a tough sell

from Cnet (4 years ago)

Aside from its beautiful display, svelte design, and adequate camera, the LG Marquee for Boost Mobile doesn't have a lot of things going for it. We can even look past the fact that it doesn't run on 4G because a lot of other top-notch phones don't run on it either. But with its slow performance, una... More

Aside from its beautiful display, svelte design, and adequate camera, the LG Marquee for Boost Mobile doesn't have a lot of things going for it. We can even look past the fact that it doesn't run on 4G because a lot of other top-notch phones don't run on it either. But with its slow performance, unattractive Mobile ID customization option, and subpar screen resolution, its price tag doesn't merit its worth. Sure, you could argue that since it makes good calls (and indeed, it does) then it must be a great phone. But if calling is all you care about, and this phone goes for $279, you can get something just as adequate for much less.

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6/10

The LG Marquee has a bright, beautiful screen and plenty of Android power

from PC Magazine (4 years ago)

Boost Mobile has a number of good smartphones, but they all seem to lack a certain wow factor. The LG Marquee probably won't make anyone cancel their current contract and rush over to Boost, but its exceptionally bright, rich display delivers a bit more wow than anything else on Boost right now. It'... More

Boost Mobile has a number of good smartphones, but they all seem to lack a certain wow factor. The LG Marquee probably won't make anyone cancel their current contract and rush over to Boost, but its exceptionally bright, rich display delivers a bit more wow than anything else on Boost right now. It's also an all-around great smartphone, so it earns our Editors' Choice award.

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8/10

A small and powerful smartphone that may not be a blockbuster, but will please those looking for a refined performance

from Phone Scoop (4 years ago)

The Marquee is a solid smartphone from LG that offers a lot for its $99.99 price tag. You get a solid piece of hardware that feels good and works well. Aside from the microUSB port snafu, it's a great little phone.The nearly 100% stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread experience will surely appeal to many us... More

The Marquee is a solid smartphone from LG that offers a lot for its $99.99 price tag. You get a solid piece of hardware that feels good and works well. Aside from the microUSB port snafu, it's a great little phone.

The nearly 100% stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread experience will surely appeal to many users who don't want to deal with the skins and user interfaces that some manufacturers insist on. If you want, you can completely ignore Sprint ID and enjoy Android in its nearly naked form. The downside is that you get almost zero awesome extra features that might come with a manufacturer-designed skin, such as social networking integration and slightly better media capabilities.

As a basic communications tool, the Marquee performed very well with respect to voice calls, signal, battery, and email/messaging. It's biggest stumble, in my book, is the inconsistent camera and shoddy video camera. Otherwise, the Marquee gets nearly every feature right.

For smartphone shoppers who may be on a budget and don't need or want a 4G device, the LG Marquee satisfied in ways that perhaps Sprint's A-List devices can't.

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Some performance issues mar the overall experience

from PC Magazine (4 years ago)

Upon first glance, the LG Marquee looks like any number of other Android cell phones. But a closer look reveals something special: an exceptionally bright, crisp screen. Aside from a major video playback bug, this is a solid phone if you're looking for the best screen and physical design for the lea... More

Upon first glance, the LG Marquee looks like any number of other Android cell phones. But a closer look reveals something special: an exceptionally bright, crisp screen. Aside from a major video playback bug, this is a solid phone if you're looking for the best screen and physical design for the least amount of cash.

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7/10

A good phone for what it is, but doesn’t play with the big boys

from PhoneArena (4 years ago)

Thanks to its wonderful 4” NOVA display we’d choose it over the Samsung Conquer 4G and it is likely the best of the rest in Sprint’s lineup. The camera performance could be better at times and battery life may be a concern for some, but the ultra-thin form-factor, super crisp displ... More

Thanks to its wonderful 4” NOVA display we’d choose it over the Samsung Conquer 4G and it is likely the best of the rest in Sprint’s lineup. The camera performance could be better at times and battery life may be a concern for some, but the ultra-thin form-factor, super crisp display and good phone performance will draw plenty of users who want more out of their phone but don’t need a top-of-the-line device.

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8/10

The LG Marquee boasts the brightest display of any smartphone, but it falls flat in other areas

from Laptop Magazine (4 years ago)

Sprint hopes the LG Marquee will entice budget-conscious shoppers seeking a slim and attractive Android handset. However, it's not the best bargain. The HTC EVO 4G Shift and Samsung Nexus S 4G offer 4G network access and faster overall performance. And while the Marquee's screen is bright, the Nexus... More

Sprint hopes the LG Marquee will entice budget-conscious shoppers seeking a slim and attractive Android handset. However, it's not the best bargain. The HTC EVO 4G Shift and Samsung Nexus S 4G offer 4G network access and faster overall performance. And while the Marquee's screen is bright, the Nexus S 4G's Super AMOLED screen is pretty impressive, too.

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