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An attractive, affordable Android smartphone
The Volt 2 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, with LG's Optimus UI, some preloaded LG apps, and a significant amount of bloatware from Boost. Some of it is uninstallable, but most of it isn't, and you'll likely run out internal storage, as there is only 3.26GB available out of the box. That's where the microSD slot comes in handy.
When it comes to the software itself, apps, screens, and settings menus are slightly altered from stock Android, but not overbearingly so. Still, it's enough to impact performance a bit, as seen in our benchmark results. There are also some useful features, l... Full review
Decent mid-range handset
The LG Volt 2 is a decent mid-range handset. I can't say there's anything extraordinary or exceptional about it, and it performs about as well as a $150 smartphone should. It is a comfortable size with a good screen, but I wish call quality and battery life were a bit better. The camera app is rather limited and photos are of middling quality. LG's apps add some value to the UI experience.
If you're a Boost customer and want something smaller than a phablet, the Volt 2 is a good place to start. It's smaller and less expensive than the G Stylo, but has a better screen and camera than... Full review
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