Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2011-02-15
Updated on:Mar 28, 2015
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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,
Cheap and low powered smartphones have been the bread and butter of Android enthusiasts on a low budget, or the first-time smartphone user. Some cheap smart phones are pretty lame, some are pretty good despite their low specs, others are amazing phones that come at an amazingly low price tag. So we're here today to determine which category the new LG Optimus Me fits into -- garbage low-end phone, good low-end phone, or awesome low-end p...
Verdict: The LG Optimus Me is nowhere near deserving of its "Optimus" name. The phone's pricetag of $229 suggests an average to good performance, while the phone performs average to bad. The laggy screen, unremarkable performance, poor camera, a...
LG`s Optimus Me (P350) is the latest in a wave of cheap Android smartphones targeting budget-conscious consumers. Its low-resolution display and avera......
Pros: Reasonable price ; Capacitive touchscreen with multitouch ; Most features and benefits of Android
Cons: Small, low-resolution display ; Occasional sluggish performance ; Poor on-screen keyboard
Verdict: The LG Optimus Me has a low-res display, and its price tag isn`t as low as some of its competitors, but it still offers most features and functions of higher priced alternatives....
The sub-AU$200 smartphone range is a pretty drab-looking mob, a collection of small, plastic boxes with a fairly common, uninspiring aesthetic. LG is often the exception to this rule, offering handsets with sharp looks that disguise the lacking hardware beneath the chassis. The Optimus Me is a good example of this; its plastic body is moulded into a nice curved shape, with a steel-grey coloured strip dressing this unit up like a pinstripe along a...
Pros: Slick user experience,Enough grunt for games,Good battery life,
Overall User Rating (4.5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Best Features: Froyo, Price, Capacitive buttons
Pros: All the features, froyo
Cons: screen size could have been better
Overall: i am downloading daily 15+ applications from Android market. This phone rocks