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LG Optimus One, 12 month contract, 200 mins, 1000 texts, 500 mb for £20pm Talk mobile (plus £29.99 for the phone) @Carphone warehouse £264.99

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Oh and, if you want to vote cold, explain first before hitting the down button The LG Optimus One P500 is a stylish, affordable smartphone with all the latest Android features and a fun, simple i… Read More
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The LG Optimus One P500 is a stylish, affordable smartphone with all the latest Android features and a fun, simple interface. This curvy, soft-touch mobile has a bright 3.2 inch touchscreen that's really easy to interact with, and scrolling home screens that you can fill with your choice of the amazing apps that are available online at Android Market™.

Not sure which apps to download? The brand new LG App Advisor recommends 10 highly rated apps every 2 weeks, so you're always informed of the latest, greatest apps available for your device. With support for microSD cars up to 32GB, and a 2GB card included in the box, there's plenty of room for storing all your apps, games, photos, movies and music.

With Android 2.2, Froyo, onboard, your smartphone is faster, easier to use and comes with a whole range of enhancements, such as a better web browser, improved support for multitasking, and Adobe Flash integration - so you can watch videos online, from BBC iPlayer programmes to YouTube™ clips.

Media fans will be impressed with the capable 3.2 Megapixel camera, which features face tracking and smile shot, so your friends are always centre stage and smiling in every photo you take. You can post your pics straight up to Flickr, Facebook™ or to your personal blog, straight from your LG Optimus One.

One of the most stylish budget smartphones on the market, the LG Optimus One doesn't scrimp on features in order to be affordable. You'll get the full Android experience on your mobile, and as it has an impressive 1500mAh battery, you'll be able to enjoy it for longer.
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#1
At last, a decent android phone, decent contract, cheap price and ONLY 12 MONTHS.

Hot from me.
#2
Just got one of these sent to me to review, first impressions are favourable even with a low res resistive screen (with pinch to zoom still) and 12 months is even better. Good stuff.
#3
Hi, surely 12 month x £20.00= £240.00 + £29.99 = £269.99
Or is my maths out?
Sorry if I am it's getting late.
#4
This gets good reviews... I am going to check one out tomorrow.
#5
600 mins and 500 texts unlimited internet - £10 a month after cashback on 18 month contract

http://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/LG/LG-Optimus-One-Free-Line-Rental-Discount/T-Mobile/T-Mobile-30-(18mths)/7733366?adnetwork=af

Granted theres a hassle and cashback risk. Just making people aware of the options....
#6
gunark
Just got one of these sent to me to review, first impressions are favourable even with a low res resistive screen (with pinch to zoom still) and 12 months is even better. Good stuff.


Acording to the page HERE the screen is Capacative....

Not saying you are wrong as I don't know and the LG site doesn't specify that I can see, but are you confusing with the "Optimus"
#7
Pinch to zoom is not possible on a resistive screen I think, presume it's capacitive.
#8
john16
Pinch to zoom is not possible on a resistive screen I think, presume it's capacitive.


Yeah it is possible

Edited By: crumpdale on Nov 17, 2010 18:32
#9
morpheus
gunark
Just got one of these sent to me to review, first impressions are favourable even with a low res resistive screen (with pinch to zoom still) and 12 months is even better. Good stuff.


Acording to the page HERE the screen is Capacative....

Not saying you are wrong as I don't know and the LG site doesn't specify that I can see, but are you confusing with the "Optimus"


It has the bend of a resistive screen, and Pocket Lint's review also points this out. It also has the sluggishness of resistive, albeit barely any (I was very impressed for a resistive). Interesting if it is capacitive but it certainly doesn't feel like any capacitive touchscreen I have used.

Edit - seems it is capacitive as I can't use it with stylus or pen but strangely I still need to 'press' on icons and 'rub' a little to.scroll. Its no Pulse in capacitive terms but it may just be less responsive after my galaxy s.


Edited By: gunark on Nov 18, 2010 23:20: research

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