Excerpt: Android smart phones today are getting slicker and powerful but it is often limited to manufacturer’s flagship models. While there are more cheap and cheerful Androids today, they tend to sacrifice in terms of design and aesthetics.
Excerpt: The LG Optimus Black is a smartly designed Android phone that features a nice-looking display, a simple and clean user interface, and battery life that would make some far-more-expensive smartphones envious.
Conclusion: Although we liked the monolithic stylings of the Optimus Black, it may not be to everyone’s tastes and may attract jeers of being, 'just another iPhone clone.' But the Optimus Black is a solid smartphone, and it gives a solid performance across apps, email, internet and phone-calls.
Conclusion: The LG Optimus Black may have a few drawback such as its poor build quality and bad battery life but overall I feel that for the price it’s simply an amazing device. A fast processor and an amazing screen is what sets this device out from the rest of its single core rivals; all I wish is that LG...
The LG Optimus Black: Is it really worth it – review
16 July 2011
Conclusion: To sum it up, the display, camera and general functioning of the LG Optimus Black are what you could have expected from the best smartphones a couple of years ago. However, since technology is advancing at a high rate, the features provided by this phone can be considered rather outdated.
LG Optimus Black Review – NOVA Display Is Pure Awesomeness
8 July 2011
Excerpt: The first smartphone to embed LG's innovative NOVA technology for mobile displays, the Optimus Black breathes pure elegance and arouses Android fans' interest through a minimalist look and powerful enough hardware.
Pros: Obviously, the strong point of the phone is the NOVA display, along with the elegant look. However, this is not everything that the phone can offer. I would also like to mention the LG Home launcher 2.0 and Gesture UI 2.0 that adds a personal touch to the stock Android Froyo interface, the DivX/X...
Cons: The most disappointing aspect of the phone is by far the audio quality. In addition, the mediocre camera and the out-dated operating system may also be among the negatives. Sales Package LG Optimus Black handset 1500 mAh Li-Ion Battery Compact Charger Manual Stereo Ear Microphone USB Data Cable 2...
Excerpt: After reviewing a slew of high-end dual core Android smartphones recently, it was actually a relief to go back to the humble single-core Android phone category. And there seems to be quite a bit of action around the Rs. 20k price bracket.
LG Optimus Black – uber slim design and a very energy efficient display – user review
25 June 2011
Conclusion: The LG Optimus Black is now available worldwide, and it is definitely one of the best smartphones on the market, combining both style and functionality into one attractive package. If you want to buy a new smartphone, it may be worth looking at this model before making a choice.
Summary: The LG Optimus Black offers up the sort of specs that where considered high-end in 2010. The advent of dual core devices, higher resolution displays and cameras has created a superphone category – occupied by the sibling LG Optimus 2X for example – leaving the Optimus Black to slot into a sub...
Pros: The brightest display on a smartphone today, Very slim profile, Excellent sound quality
Cons: Offers weak hardware for its price range, Comes with Froyo instead of Gingerbread