Summary: I enjoyed my 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.
Outstanding seller. Trust 100%. I can sincerely recommend him to anyone els
27 February 2012
Summary: One of the best and cheapest Android Phone. Its a go, for sure. First impressions of the Optimus One are rather good, despite the enthusiasm-sapping bland black slab design. The phone feels solid, pleasantly heavy and well made, with a slightly rubbery snap-on back cover giving you a little extra grip. Balanced in the hand, it's the perfect size and layout for one-handed use.
Summary: easy to use. easy to multi task on.easy to figure out. great features and apps. battery life is awsome i have been using it for about a week and have not had to charge it yet. would highly recommend to anyone. LOVE IT!!!!
Excerpt: had been using a samsung wave 2 which is a great phone but with no apps market which is a pity because after a couple of days it gets pretty boring,anyway got an lg optimus free from work about a month ago.i put both phones in front of my wife and asked her which one she wants and she choose the wave .at first i thought that id lost out but when i started playing around with the phone i m not sorry for a moment that my wife took the wave .there are so many more options...
Excerpt: Great value for money, you won't be disappointed. Keyboard takes getting used to but I use Swype so it's still as fast if not faster than on physical keyboard. Battery is one of the best. It lasts as long as my brother's blackberry curve, a day of heavy usage. Can definitely last longer, like 2-3 days if not used heavily.