I upgraded to this LG Lucky LG L16C phone from a flip phone, it has been an excellent decision. Screen quality is good (best in portrait though, in landscape I can detect a difference in the apparent brightness from left to right, in the photos I included you can see how the viewing angle changes the screen brightness). The touchscreen responds well. I ordered a anti glare screen protector on ebay to protect from scratches and reduce fingerprints.
I was able to transfer my phone number and service on tracfone.
You do need to set up voicemail again (at least I did) but calls come through fine and messages work fine too. The balance is transferred from non smartphones into three separate units, for example I had 35 minutes on my old phone after transferring to my new lg lucky I have 35 minutes for talk (phone calls), 35 texts (each text is a unit) and 35 Mb data (for internet) and the end date stays the same.
You can turn off the data and use wifi for free where wifi is available, many stores restaurants… have free wifi. You can even use the wifi before setting up phone service, so this is a really cheap way to get access to wifi on a functional android device without any cell service.
I suggest going online and checking out the tracfone tutorials, you will see an interactive guide to basic phone settings and use. One thing to note is when using some apps like google chrome the menu is hidden (there may not be the three dots or bars for a menu), you have to press and hold the recent apps key to the right of the home key.
I have been using the phone for about a week and it works well, just like having a mini tablet and a phone all in one.