Excerpt: I bought LG Optimus One a week after its launch and I am very much surprised! It is the best budget Android phone I have ever seen! I first had a feeling of inferiority as there are more powerful Android devices in the market but the prices are skyrocketing.
Excerpt: I realized that other brands who are not really key players in major electronic gadgets can always present better alternative against the well known brands. Just like Sanyo Xacti which is cheaper but with a high megapixel and incredible video resolution just like high end brands.
Excerpt: The high-end market is bursting with dual-core smartphones, but you just need to take a dip in the field of Android mobile phones, you won’t go wrong with the mid-range—and nothing excels there better than the LG Optimus One Android-powered phone, which I’ve had the pleasure of using since …
Summary: for not-so-frequent users and world travelers I'm using a pre-paid card mostly when on the road in the US. It woks great internationally - just insert a local SIM card and you're off to call cheaply in the country you're in. It's a bit dated (Android 2.1?) but offers all the basics. Even used it as hotspot when going down the Danube on a river cruise through 9 countries.
Excerpt: Okay phone but for price it is truly terrible. They really need to work on some of the features. The case is fake, the phone is slow. The resolution and media playback are terrible. Phones memory is extremely limited and while expandable most apps do not support external storage.