In just one year we have witnessed a monumental shift in the Android community that consumers now have a variety of mobile phones to choose from. Compared with the same period last year, the only options available at that time were mostly mid-range to high-end smart phones Android – with features such as Motorola and Samsung droid. With the advent of Optimus T LG T-Mobile, it opens the door to look into the branch to achieve integrated Android to the common masses here in the United States.
A package includes:
LG Optimus T
2 GB microSD Card
Getting Started Manual
Something sporty in an attractive price, you cannot beat the design of Optimus T LG because it is close to that of any other touch-screen model before it. In fact, we are more than surprised at the level of quality it has like all the soft coating and chrome grille faux-pas and an average size of (0.52 “thick) and weight (4.55 ounces). The handset is not screaming for industrial designs in mobile big name, but its closer to some of the lines of LG phones feature. Most consumers are satisfied with the construction, because it seems solid all round, and better built than some other Smartphone out there.
The handset has a touch screen resolution 3.2” HVGA (320 x 480 pixels) 262k colors support capacitive. Although the screen feels a bit plastic on the side, it is indeed the capacitive technology that offers performance. It not only provides decent viewing angles, but it can also do a nice job in showing strong tiny text on research and draws some high-contrast colors. Regarding responsiveness, there is definitely a need to learn it before you get to feel smart with the phone’s surface but when you get used to it, there won’t be problems at all.
The left side of the phone is completely clean, with nothing but the right side of the thin volume rocker of the house, which is pretty hard to open when you try to press. The same applies to the power button that can be found at the top of the phone because it is too small to distinguish the surrounding area. Fortunately, smartphone manages to pack along a 3.5 mm jack for headphones as well – which would have been lacking, because of its price. The microUSB port on the bottom of the phone is a great accessory for charging the phone and downloading media to the SDcard.
On the back of the phone, all that you can see is the fine print that says “LG” and “Google”, and a 3.2 megapixel camera with auto-focus – but probably to reduce costs; it lacks a flash or self portrait mirror. There is a small notch in the upper half of the phone that lets you easily remove the back cover. Once removed, you will have access to the SIM card under the battery slot and hot swappable microSD cards.