Android`s "Froyo" update is making its slow, inexorable march across the handsets of the globe, and it`s now appearing on new devices as the default operating system. After the hash that was the manual Telstra update this is definitely a plus. One handset that comes with the Android 2.2 update pre-installed is the LG Optimus One. It forms the "budget" end of LG`s planned ten-strong Optimus line. LG describes the Optimus One as a "bar" phone and i...
Pros: Decent touchscreen,Responsive,Android 2.2 on-board,Bundled turn-by-turn GPS,Mechanical menu buttons,Cheap,
Verdict: We enjoyed our experience with the LG Optimus One. It may not offer the beefiest spec sheet or even the highest-resolution screen, but for the price it provides a weighty build and a decent user experience. The only thing it lacks is a bit of "pizazz...
LG`s first Android phone in India was a veritable disaster. It failed to impress on nearly every front and apart from the spacious full QWERTY keypad, it had nothing going for it. It had a poor display, outdated software, sluggish interface, poor call quality and horrible battery life. Their second Android handset in India, the GT450 Optimus, unfortunately never reached us for a review, so we don`t know for sure how good or bad it was. LG`s lates...
Pros: Good design and great build, great display, Android 2.2 Froyo, excellent audio quality, DivX/Xvid playback, well priced
Cons: Interface can be sluggish at times, no flash in camera, lacks Adobe Flash support in browser, frustrating software keyboards, no video call camera, no ambient light sensor, no notification light
Verdict: LG`s first Android phone in India was a veritable disaster. It failed to impress on nearly every front and apart from the spacious full QWERTY keypad, it had nothing going for it. It had a poor display, outdated software, sluggish interface, poor cal...
Budget Android handsets are getting so good that it`s making us all tingly. The LG Optimus One P500 is available now for free on the low contract price of Â£20 per month, which means it will soon become even cheaper.Â It`s also available for Â£250 SIM-free.Â For those prices, you`ll get nine-tenths of the great features ofÂ Android 2.2,Â the latest version of Google`s mobile operating system. The Optimus One isn`t the best-looking bud...
Pros: Runs the latest version of Android, 2.2,Responsive capacitive touchscreen,Cheap,Packed with smart-phone features,
Cons: Low-resolution screen,Ugly LG software icons,Looks boring,No Flash support,
Is this the one smartphone to rule them all? Read on to find out......
Pros: Easy to use ; Full range of Android features ; Tidy design ; Large battery
Cons: Soft plastic screen ; Can be a bit slow at times ; Lowish resolution screen
Verdict: The LG Optimus One is quite simply some phone. As a budget smartphone, it more than gets the job done and if you can find it on a good deal, there`s no reason for you to avoid it. However, equally there`s little to really make us recommend it. Frankl...
Overall User Rating (3 Out of 5 based on 72 ratings)
Best Features: net application
Pros: User friendly and handy. very good android phone for browsing.
Cons: No service center and accessories are not available.
Overall: Hi, i had purchased this cell 3 years before, it is user friendly and handy, but only one drawback is I am not getting LG service center and also trying to change my panel from past one year but I dint get it yet now. If it is easily available then we can rate it 5/5 for design.
Best Features: android 2.2, good camera, HVGA resolution
Pros: All the features, froyo
Cons: camera flash
Overall: I am enjoying this phone excellent phone for a price of 10k. If ur budget is around 10k go for it without any second thoughts!
Best Features: Android 2.2
Pros: Android 2.2, Good screen, Easy interface, Good sound quality
Cons: Camera Flash, Camera key
Overall: LG Optimus one p500 is good Android phone in this range. Giving value for money. LG has promised Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update on all optimus one.