... It has almost everything a great. Light (normal, most plastic, but it does not top cheap). The dual-core processor is doing its work on Android 4.1.2 (after 3 updates right out of the box). The interface is fluid. The LG overlay is not intrusive (some widgets, some add-ons in the settings). Autonomy is acceptable (2 days in classical use wifi + 3G: mail, web, phone, photo - of course with disabled geolocation). This is not an HD panel, but the resolution of 960x540 nevertheless remains correct. The screen is quite bright (no automatic brightness control, but access is via fast via the notification bar, and for access to parameters). Ditto for the 5MP sensor, enough for everyday pictures. Of course, the storage memory of 4GB is insufficient, but the addition of a microSD card will fill this gap. DLNA, you can directly send the pictures and videos on a SmartTV.
Of course, there are better (I use a Galaxy Note and Nexus 4) but it suits well for a smartphone for every day or as an emergency phone.