LG Spree, this inexpensive Android smartphone adopts some of the design language of LG’s pricier handsets. The appearance is straightforward and minimalistic.  Importantly, it doesn’t look cheap; at least not from several feet away. The Spree has conservative styling.  I found the Spree comfortable to hold and use. The combination of small size and light weight makes it a snap to carry about.  Taken as a whole, the LG Spree is a respectable little phone.

The Spree includes a 4.5-inch screen, 5-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front camera, and 1.1 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor. The phone has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage, and supports memory cards up to 32 GB. LG’s Quick Memo tool is on board, as are some of its camera modes, including Gesture Shot, Burst Shot, and Selfie Light.  The Spree also has Knock On and Knock Code, as well as LG’s customizable keyboard.  The phone includes a 1,940mAh battery.  The Spree is small, functional, and put together well.  Surely that’s all a phone need be for some people.  Overall, LG give you a phone that’s elegant and premium to look at, but at a low weight and added connectivity benefits of plastic.

You can get your LG Spree accessories here, and you can also check it out:

LG Spree Cases 

LG Spree Batteries

 LG Spree Chargers

LG Spree Screen Protectors

LG Spree Cables