LG P500 Optimus One Review

The Optimus One really is a sleek looking handset,and its 3.2inch capacitive touchscreen proved very responsive.Running on a 600 Mhz processor,there's virtually no lag during operation.It is one of the few Android handsets shipping with Froyo out-of-the-box.While overall Quality of sound fine,we were disappointed by the lack of enhancements like EQ presets.While it plays quite a few video formats.It does not support high resolution  video formats.With 3G,Wi-Fi,EDGE/GPRS and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2Dp and USB 2.0 you've got plenty of connectivity options.

The native browser works well,but it does not support flash.Twitter and Facebook clients are preloaded,and Gtalk and YouTube apps are also provided.Lg has Android store called the App Advisor.The 3 megapixel autofocus camera is one of the better once we've tested so far,with face tracking,manual focus, and geotagging.
The battery is capable of running over for 2 days with decent usage.Talktime averaged over 4hrs and 45 minute.At Rs 13,99,the Optimus One has enough clout to take on Samsung's Galaxy 3.The design is sloid,it's Android 2.2 out of the box,and it's got few handy apps.



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