Like its siblings, the LG Optimus C comes with Android 2.2, which allows it to access the Android Market. This entry into a world of free and paid applications is a great feature for Android smartphones and the entry level Optimus C is no exception. One thing to note is that the hardware does have limitations when it comes to Flash, even with Android 2.2. Also, among some of the 100,000+ applications on the market, there will be those that will be laggy, as seen on the LG Optimus T, U, M, S, V and Vortex, as the Optimus C has the same specifications.
The phone also has the 3.2 megapixel camera, which is a decent camera phone. While it won't replace your digital camera, the images are clear and sharp enough to be used if you were to forget your actual camera. The video recording is a bit on the lacking side, only offering VGA recording, but, once again, decent if you need it "on the go" or if your camera isn't handy at the time. Overall, for a budget, entry level smartphone, the LG Optimus C has average features that you'd find on other entry level phones and smartphones.