Straight Talk LG 420G Cell phone review


Average: 4.4 (7 votes)

StraightTalk LG420G Review

The new LG 420G from Straight talk


This new GSM phone from LG is very small and basic.



  • Band: GSM Phone USA (850/1900 MHz)
  • Data: EDGE
  • Weight: 2.87 oz (81 g)
  • Battery:Li - Ion
  • Talk Time:7 hours (420 mins)
  • Standby Time: 552 hours (23 days)
  • Camera: 0.3 megapixels VGA Resolution
  • Internet Browser
  • Stylish Flip Phone Design
  • Mobile Web Services
  • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology 2.1
  • MMS picture messaging
  • Text Messaging
  • External Caller ID
  • LCD Color Display
  • Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC) Rating: M3/T3
  • Hands-free Speaker
  • Voice Recorder
  • Voicemail and Call Waiting
  • Alarm Clock
  • Phonebook with up to 1.000 entries
  • Vibration Alert
  • Auto Redial
  • Polyphonic Ringtones
  • Includes Charger and Services Guide


Nice basic little GSM phone from Straight Talk, good value if your on the cheap.

Score: 6/10




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this phone is a piece of junk, I have one, and am not happy with any of it's features. Constantly looking for signal, camera only works during daylight. Runs on AT&T towers.


I had a LG 220CM PHONE THAT GOT GREAT COVERAGE, noe I have this piece of Crap! I'm now searching for signal where I used to have crystal clear coverage! Trust me don't buy one.........IT SUCKS!


I've had this phone for about three months now. I up graded from a cheaper phone and I am glad I did. A great basic cell phone with a couple extra features on it I only expected on a more exspensive phone. To me, it's worth the money I spent.


I agree with Clarence - nice phone, with Bluetooth,etc. Worst part is the [non-existent] Manual. Most of the things I couldn't figure out - like turning on the speakerphone - I found on-line in forums like these. Does anyone know where the redial key is?


hey so u know the password to delete all text messages at once instead one at a time