The LG Optimus T comes equipped with the usual features included with Android. Like other Android handsets, the LG Optimus T has access to the application store, allowing you to download helpful addition applications as well as games. Many of the applications and games are free, the higher quality or enhanced versions of many applications do have a small cost attached.
The LG Optimus T also features a 3.2 megapixel camera which takes fairly decent pictures. One thing to note is that it does not perform HD video recording, rather it can only record VGA, which means the video is a bit under par when it comes to quality. The sound quality on the video also suffers a bit, but once again, with the low price, it is to be expected.
The media player is easy to use and plays decently well. Audio comes out clean when using headphones but the quality does drop if the phone's stereo speakers are used. Video play back is decent with lower resolution videos. Once you load up higher quality videos, there is a bit of noticeable lag and stuttering as the video plays.
Similar to other higher end smartphones such as the Samsung Captivate or even possible competitors like the Motorola Flipout, the LG Optimus T features Swype. Swype is a great addition to this entry level handset, allowing you to type quickly without lifting a finger.
Overall for an entry level Android powered device, the LG Optimus T has an average feature set and performs fairly well for a smartphone priced at $29.99.