Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Sep 05, 2015
Release Date: Oct 28, 2010
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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 It had a poor display, outdated software, sluggish interface, poor call quality and horrible battery life.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 It had a poor display, outdated software, sluggish interface, poor cal...
The LG Optimus One gives you the latest Android Experience at an affordable price. Powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo) and optimised for Google Mobile Services, the handset delivers the ultimate smartphone experience while offering easier accessibility for......
Pros: Froyo OS; HSDPA capable; Large capacity battery
Cons: Little onboard memory; Battery cover hard to peel off; Transceiver unit; 1 standard battery; Charger set; Headset; Manuals
Verdict: Fast, responsive Froyo phone at a very reasonable price. Must consider if shopping for a new phone....
With great hardware and Android 2.2, the LG Optimus One might just be the mid-range Android smartphone to buy....
Pros: Android 2.2 Froyo,UI allows neat customizations,DivX/XviD support,Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS support,Good camera,Great build quality
Cons: UI gets sluggish at times,Browser doesn`t respond well to touch,Sober looks
Verdict: Very Good...
Overall User Rating (3.8 Out of 5 based on 5 ratings)
Best Features: Android 2.2
Pros: Gmail integration
Cons: Too many!!
Overall: Hangs like anything (with only 25% of the SD card filled) Material looks cheap to me the moment you go to a service centre, they will say water logging which I know is completely false but I cant prove as I am not a technical guy.
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.