LG Optimus One review: Hands on
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LG plasters Google Android 2.2 onto its new smartphone
LG has well and truly joined the Android movement. It's latest handset, the Optimus One, comes running the latest incarnation of Android, FroYo.
Unveiled during the company’s online press conference in Seoul, LG’s new FroYo handset will be optimised for Google Mobile Services and will also boast LG’s custom user-friendly interface, a 600MHz processor, and a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen at 320 x 480p resolution. And, if that wasn't enough, it's also thown in a 3-megapixel camera.
Is it as good as it sounds? Watch our hands-on video to find out.
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