The LG Phoenix 3 is pretty much a basic phone save for its decent selfie camera, which elevates its status a tad bit. Nevertheless, it would likely not come off as a remarkable phone of any sort. Its main camera is stuck at an unimpressive resolution of 5-megapixels, and this trails behind comparable devices that offer up to 8-megapixel rear shooters. Its 5-megapixel selfie camera, as previously mentioned, brings it a bit of redemption. This is because many of its colleagues still offer only 2-megapixel sensors on the front. In addition, the Phoenix 3 offers a selfie-friendly feature called Selfie Light, which mimics the function of a real camera flash by illuminating the display. While it doesn't boast anything unique or particularly-interesting design-wise, this smartphone has the advantage of sporting a slim profile compared to many of the competition. It is only 7.62mm thin, which goes hand-in-hand with a relatively-light 4.8-ounce body. It runs on a 2500mAh battery, which is on the better side of its specific market range. However, in spite of sporting roughly the same amount of power as similar models, its talk time of 14 hours is not as competitive. This LG phone is clearly one for Android beginners or those who are active seekers of simplicity. This pros and cons review shows that aside from its selfie camera specs, the Phoenix 3 safely stays within the confines of an entry-level Android. Not too long ago, this smartphone's processing specs seemed ok, but in comparison to most recent smartphones, this 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 processor with just 1.5GB of RAM looks a little pale. Quad CPU: Not only does it have a 1.1GHz processor clock speed, but it also has 4 cores The memory can be expanded up to 32 GB: The LG Phoenix 3 is not sold with a memory card but it can accept up to 32 GB of memory expansion, which is convenient to store photos taken with the built-in 5-megapixel camera.