Wednesday, November 24, 2010
LG Optimus One P500 Review on Mobile88: “The Optimus One is also known as the P-500, and in the United States it is also known as the Optimus S (Sprint) and Optimus T (T-mobile) or the Vortex (Verizon) which will be launched on November 18. What we have is a solid device that feels like a well-rounded pebble. The navigation buttons are on the front below the screen as usual. A toggle button is on the right while a headset jack and the power on/off button is also on the top of the device. A micro USB port is at the bottom of the phone and the data cable plugs in here to transfer loads of goodies from your own desktop PC. The data cable also plugs into the charger head and therefore it can charge the phone either from the power point on the wall or when plugged into a live USB drive on a computer or a laptop. The screen is a 3.2-inch HVGA showing 320 x 480 pixels.
There must be a reason why this is LG’s top-selling device in the initial launch period. It is hard to complain about a device that does it all, at a very reasonable price and looks pretty decent. I am not sure we can announce the price yet, but I can tell you that it did surprise me a little when I was told of it. Stay tuned for the official pricing announcement in the next few days.
Conclusion: Fast, responsive Froyo phone at a very reasonable price. Must consider if shopping for a new phone.
Full Review LG Optimus One P500 Review