The LG Clout comes with a standard set of features for a cheap flip phone, no extras but nothing less then you would expect either.
The Clout is a strictly U.S.A. phone with only CDMA 800 and 1900 for calling and EVDO rev.O for high speed connectivity, local connectivity is supported by Bluetooth 2.1 with AD2P, EDR and microUSB 2.0, no Wi-Fi.
Internal memory is a total of 120 MB but you're only allowed access to 97 MB, as such it would be prudent to make use of a microSD card, the phone can support a 16 GB microSD or microSDHC card.
The phone has a 2MP camera, a significant upgrade as all predecessors came sporting a 1.3 MP camera. It has quite a few shooting options such as; ISO, Panorama, Night mode and White balance. The phone lacks auto focus and has no LED flash, despite the lack of these usually essential elements to a good camera, the 2 MP snapper is one of the best I have seen, and easily compares to the 2 MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy 5. Pictures taken in full sunlight turn out clear with very little noise suppression and bright, focused colors, there is only a truly minuscule amount of blurring on multiple colored picture elements. Indoor the good times continue to roll, with the only exception being the phone overcompensates for the color black, shadows tend to look jet-black as opposed to normal black.
Videos are shot at a useless 15 FPS of CIF quality, the only screen worth watching the videos on is the screen of the LG Clout itself, do not attempt to watch them on another screen.
Now for some media playback, the LG Clout uses a music player called "RED", it is one of the poorer features of the LG Clout, although it has dedicated buttons on the external screen and audio quality is actually pretty smooth thanks to the stereo speakers, it is truly very, very slow. It also does not support album art or a 3.5 mm headphone jack, although the Clout does come with its own 2.5 mm pair of earphones, if anything ever happens to them, good luck finding a new pair. Alternatively you can sync up with a Bluetooth wireless headset, supported audio formats are; MP3, AAC, AAC+ and WMA.
Video playback is pleasantly well supported, you can play any of the following formats; MPEG4, WMV, 3GP and 3G2. The maximum resolution of is 320x240, but play one resolution under that for the best experience.
The following is a list of miscellaneous but important features; VCast Video, Bing Maps, JAVA 2.0 MIDP, VZ Navigator, GPS (drive assist), Voice command, Calculator, Appointment Calendar, Alerts, To Do List, Alarm, Stopwatch, World Clock and Notepad.