Another 3.2" Android phone arrives, but just a little bit too late
09 Nov 2010 | techradar
LG`s been putting out touchscreen phones for a long time, but has yet to pull off a proper success in the amazingly competitive Android scene. Its Optimus GT540 was a poor attempt at making a stylish and original phone, and ultimately ruined by a terrible resistive touchscreen. Meanwhile, the GW620 was a perfectly adequate performer, but hardly thrilling when put up against, well, anything else. Rather than muscle in with a headline-grabbing, pow...
Pros: Solidly built, Uncluttered Android 2.2 OS, Great battery life, Some clever custom LG widgets,
Cons: Bland design, Processor struggles when asked to perform, Low-res screen makes web reading a chore, No Flash Player 10.1 support,
Verdict: Featuring a simple back-to-basics approach by LG, the Optimus One is a sturdy and affordable way to get into Android â?? especially since it`s the first really cheap phone to come with Android 2.2....