I'm just wondering since I've had mine for almost 4 years now. The charge on the battery is pretty crappy but I don't use it that often. My main issue is how the signal has become pretty bad for half a year now. To the point that I can't use Skype on it well at all. Which is the whole point of why I got this cell phone in the first place. Plus my calls will drop in my house so I have to stand by a window to talk. Again not much of an issue since it's rare for me to talk on it. So I don't know if the signal/network problem is due to it being old, not being made anymore, or if it's the carrier. Which my carrier is straight talk.
The cell phone I have is a LG Optimus Q android. The android version is 2.3.4.
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Most Helpful Guy
If it breaks or when you get angry at it because it has become too slow (an OS gets slower as it gets older)1
Most Helpful Girl
Buy a new thing when the other breaks. I had my phone so long that it's out of date, now I have a new one because the company wouldn't replace my battery when it broke, but it's not fancy or anything. I love it though, the new technology, haha, I likey.1