Updated on:Dec 04, 2016
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LG`s Optimus One P500 was a decent budget Android phone, despite its shortcomings. The Optimus Me P350 feels like a successor to that handset, offering similar specifications and software for around the same price. But the playing field has changed slightly in the past six months, making it harder for a device like this to impress. The Me is available on pay as you go for around Â£90, with SIM-free prices clocking in at about Â£130. You can a...
Pros: Great design,Lightweight and pocket-friendly,
Cons: Small, low-res screen,No Flash support,Android 2.2 Froyo instead of 2.3 Gingerbread,
Overall User Rating (3.5 Out of 5 based on 108 ratings)
Overall: I have recently purchased this mobile through flipkart only. Initially it was good(since I wasn't exploring much about the mobile). Later when when I started using it by exploring various options and performing multi functions, it started crashing. The phone will restart by itself some times. The process is very very slow. I am using one android app to clean the memory always. Some LG internal processes will keep on running always making the phone functions very slow. There is no option to send V-Card. The camera quality is not so good(even if it is 3.2 MP), worst compared to HTC. Touch sometimes doesn'r react at all. While listening songs if we get any call, sometimes the songs won't stop playing. We can listen both sounds( Songs and the call).Personally I advice you not to go for this mobile. P500 is better tha this one.